Bon appétit! WIN a pre-concert dinner for two at Côte Worcester, in new WFCS hospitality sponsorship
Worcester Festival Choral Society is excited to announce a new ‘hospitality sponsorship’ initiative with Côte Restaurant in Worcester during our 2018-19 concert season.
Purchasers of WFCS concert tickets booking through our TicketSource box office will have the choice of opting into a Côte-run Prize Draw made before each of our concerts this season – with the chance of winning one of five, delicious complimentary, 3-course Prestige Set Menu pre-concert dinners for two people, including a Kir Royale or soft drink per guest and a concert programme!
A Prize Draw will take place a few days before each of our three, 2018-19 season concerts. Everyone who opts in before each draw date when buying their tickets via our TicketSource page will be entered - with five lucky couples benefiting each time.
The Prize Draw is open to all TicketSource WFCS ticket purchasers. The opt-in box will appear on-screen at the point of your ticket purchase, along with full details and Terms & Conditions of the Prize Draw.
Côte Restaurants are inspired by the brasseries of Paris, offering relaxed all-day dining and serving authentic French classics made from quality, fresh ingredients. On the Prestige Set Menu you will find brasserie favourites such as (subject to change) steak frites, grilled salmon and moules au cidre; for dessert, Côte's crème caramel and chocolate mousse are house specialities. The Worcester restaurant is located in the High Street close to the Elgar statue, only a few steps away from Worcester Cathedral.
To enter, simply click the opt-in box when buying your tickets HERE.
Good luck, and ‘Bon Appétit’ should you win!
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