Twenty One Pilots are asking fans to design their next set of tour posters

The band's upcoming live dates in Mexico, Canada, and the United States are in need of "unique fan art"

Twenty One Pilots are asking their fans to submit designs for their next set of tour posters as part of a new competition.

Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun will continue the Bandito Tour throughout 2019, and to celebrate their upcoming live dates in Mexico, the US, Canada, and Reading & Leeds Festival, the duo are asking fans to get creative.

Partnering with Creative Allies, the contest will allow fans to pitch the band with “unique fan art” that’s been inspired by their 2018 album ‘Trench’. A total of 32 winners will be selected – one for every date on their upcoming tour in the three aforementioned countries.

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Those who have their fan art selected will win $250 in cash, two tickets to a show and a signed merch pack. One of the selected 32, though, will be crowned as the ‘Grand Prize Winner’ by the band and will receive airfare for two to Columbus, OH, a 1-night hotel stay, two tickets to the final show of the tour and a ‘Meet and Greet’ with Tyler and Josh.

You can find out more information and enter the contest by heading here.

Earlier this month, Twenty One Pilots told NME that they’re already working on new material to follow up on the success of ‘Trench’.

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