WIN: Reverend and The Makers sold out show tickets

Reverend & The Makers
Reverend & The Makers

Sheffield’s indie superstars Reverend and the Makers will get fans bouncing at two unique hometown concerts which sold out weeks ago - but we’ve got tickets to be won, writes Graham Walker.

To celebrate 10 years in the business, frontman Jon McClure and his bandmates will perform all four albums, over two days, at Sheffield’s O2 Academy.

Reverend & The Makers

Reverend & The Makers

First up is The State Of Things and French Kiss In The Chaos, on Friday, October 24.

Debut album The State Of Things produced their first knockout hit, which brought a global following, with Heavyweight Champion Of The World, plus He Said He Loved Me and Open Your Window,

A French Kiss In The Chaos included the hits Silence Is Talking and No Soap (In A Dirty War).

On Saturday, October 25, the band will them perform @Reverend_Makers, included lead single Bassline and track Shine A Light, which went on to be voted by football fans as the FA Cup theme of the year.

They will finish with fourth and latest album, Thirty Two, which entered the UK album chart at number 13 - their second highest charting album, behind their debut.

Our first prize is a pair of tickets for each night, to see both shows. Two runners up get a pair of tickets each for Saturday only.


For your chance to win enter our free draw by post, email or Twitter.

Post your details to Reverend and the Makers Competition, StarCompREV, Graham Walker, The Star, York Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 1PU.

Email your details, with StarCompREV in the subject field, to,

Or follow Digital Editor Graham Walker on Twitter @GW1962 and tweet him with #StarCompREV

Deadline is Wednesday, October 15, 10am. Usual SNL rules and data terms, as below.


These apply to all competitions in SNL titles and online, unless otherwise stated or as amended in association with specific promotions. Usual SNL rules apply - copies or requests, to SNL Promotions Manager, The Star, York Street, Sheffield. The Editor’s decision is final. No cash alternatives available. No correspondence will be entered into. Transport not included, unless specified. The winner(s), who must agree to publicity, will be the first correct entry drawn at random after deadline, or as indicated. A parent or guardian must enter or endorse entries on behalf of children aged under 18. A responsible adult must accompany any child winner or guest. SNL is not liable for failure to attend or for cancellations of any event. No photocopied entry forms or tokens allowed. Where applicable, unless otherwise stated, one web entry form, token or other web entry per person only. Individual entry forms and tokens by detailed request, with a stamped self addressed envelope, to the competition address. No purchase necessary. Failure to agree to terms and conditions makes winning entries void. Winners will usually be notified within 10 working days after deadline, or as specified.

This is a Johnston Press Group competition. For full Johnston Press t&cs go to


By Supplying your contact details, including email address and mobile number, you agree that Johnston Press plc, publishers of The Star and Sheffield Telegraph, plus it’s business partners may contact you about new promotions, products and service by mail, email, phone, fax, SMS/MMS. Please add NOINFO at the end of your message if you do not wish to receive these.

For quality and training purposes we may monitor communications. Full terms and conditions at