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Pink Floyd Launch Country Wide Treasure Hunt

Monday, 28 November 2011 Written by Elliott Batte
Pink Floyd Launch Country Wide Treasure Hunt

Pink Floyd have treated their fans to musical genius and awesome gifts throughout their illustrious, 40+ year career, and now they’ll be treating them to something the UK has never seen before – a country-wide Pink Floyd treasure hunt.

Roger Waters and co. have invited fans on a journey to search out and find hidden posters of all 14 Pink Floyd studio album sleeves throughout 11 major towns and cities across Great Britain for the chance to win a fantastic Cambridge Audio NP30 Network streaming music player, as well as a whole host of Pink Floyd limited edition box sets.

The treasure hunt continues EMI’s massive ‘Why Pink Floyd?’ re-masters and re-issues initiative, which has seen the release of special editions of the most seminal Pink Floyd albums and re-mastered versions of all each of their iconic LPs.

To enter, fans simply locate one of the posters, take a picture of themselves with the poster, and upload the picture to the special webdoc page where they will be able to enter the competition to win a Cambridge Audio NP30 streaming music player, a ‘Discovery’ box set featuring brand new 2011 digital re-masters of all 14 Pink Floyd studio albums, plus incredible box sets of The Dark Side Of The Moon and Wish You Were Here.

Five runners up will each win a copy of the 14 album ‘Discovery’ box set. Additionally their photo will be added to the Pink Floyd treasure hunt gallery where fans can comment and share with their friends & followers. Participants only need to find one poster to enter the competition and stand a chance of winning these great prizes, but if they are able to find more, then each new poster upload gives them the chance of another entry. The competition closes on December 12th.




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