This summer Leica Camera is teaming up with Seal to give away concert tickets on his European tour! Each ticket giveaway will be announced 72 hours prior to the concert, starting with this Friday’s Paris show. Two Twitter followers will each win two tickets to the concert. To enter, fans must follow Leica Camera and Seal on Twitter and Retweet a special Tweet Leica Camera will publish using the hashtag “#72hours”. The two winners will be announced on Twitter by Leica Camera the day before the concert and direct messaged the details of how to claim their prize.
Head over to Twitter now to enter to win tickets to the Paris, France concert!
- Follow @leica_camera
- Follow @seal
- Use the hashtag #72hours in the tweet by retweeting @leica_camera’s special giveaway tweet
- Retweets may be manually or automatically retweeted
Leica Camera will be giving away tickets to the following shows:
- July 8 – Paris, France
- July 9 – Rotterdam, Holland
- July 11 – Nice, France
- July 12 – Montreux, Switzerland
- July 14 – San Sebastian, Spain
- July 16 – Mallorca, Spain
- July 18 – Valencia, Spain
- July 20 – Cadiz, Spain
- July 21 – Cascais, Portugal
- July 23 – Bialystok, Poland
- July 26 – Jurmala, Latvia
Good luck! We look forward to seeing you on Twitter!
-Leica Camera Internet Team
For more information on Seal’s tour, please visit http://www.seal.com.
A special thank you to Steve Huff for his photos of Seal. For more photos by Steve, visit http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/.
Marco van Lith
Saw SEAL at North Sea Jazz in Rotterdam last saturday, was great hanging out backstage, perfectly organized. Thanks to Leica_camera AG and Seal crew. Unforgettable experience.
Seal’s show in Montreux was awesome ! I had a very very great time ! Thanks a lot ! Pictures and story on my website : http://www.gaspardzoss.ch/?p=135 !
SEAL @Cascais Cool Jazz Fest 2011 (Portugal)
Thanks to Leica I was able to enjoy one of the most wonderful concerts.
The evening was a bite cold, but when the music started, everyone starts do dance warming up the set.
A few meters from the stage I was able to take nice pictures (as someone said in this blog, it is impossible to take bad pictures of Seal).
But I believe that my love for photography may compensate the lack of knowledge to do more.
Here are some of the pictures: