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Win tickets to see X Factor 2014 Live Tour at Wembley Arena

PUBLISHED: 15:21 04 March 2014 | UPDATED: 12:19 06 March 2014

Sam Bailey

Sam Bailey

Archant

You’ve watched them on your television sets now it’s time to see them live at Wembley Arena this weekend.

Nicholas McDonaldNicholas McDonald

The X Factor 2014 Live Tour will be taking place at the iconic venue this Saturday and Sunday.

This year’s winner former prison warden Sam Bailey will be joined by runner-up Nicholas McDonald and the six other finalists Abi Alton, Hannah Barrett, Sam Callahan, Rough Copy, Tamera Foster and Luke Friend.

The 10th series of the TV favourite ended in December with the tour kicking off in Belfast on February 15.

It will end in Birmingham on the 29th this month.

Rough CopyRough Copy

Sam, a 36-year-old married mother with a son and daughter, said: “Getting the news that I’d be on the tour made me realise that dreams do come true because now, after all this time, I’m finally where I belong and I can’t wait to get that butterfly feeling from the roar of the crowd every night.”

Since it began nine years ago, the X Factor Live Tour has been one of the biggest selling arena tours in the UK with more than three million people seeing the live show to date.

Nicholas said: “I can’t believe I’m on tour, selling out arenas and performing for thousands of fans. It’s the most amazing experience and I can’t wait to get on that stage every night.”

The Times has a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky reader for the Saturday show at 8.30pm.

To be in with a chance please answer the following question: What was Sam bailey’s occupation before she won the X Factor?

Please title your email ‘X Factor competition’ and send it to lorraine.king@archant.co.uk.

Please include your name, address and contact number.

Your entry will not go into the draw without those details.

One entry per person.

Closing date is Friday at noon.

Good luck!


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