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WIN: A Most Excellent Double Pass To ‘Bill and Ted Face The Music’, Plus An Epic Movie Prize Pack

Bill and Ted (Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves) are returning to the big screen some 30 years since we last saw them for their latest adventure, Bill and Ted Face The Music.

This time around the stakes are higher than ever for the time-travelling duo who are yet to fulfil their rock-and-roll destiny. The now middle-aged best friends return to the magical time-travelling telephone booth in order to travel to the future and steal a song from themselves that will unite the world.

The film will provide some welcome hits of nostalgia for fans, as Bill and Ted reunite with some fan favourites, including Death, whose role has been reprised by fan favourite William Sadler. Still, there are also some new faces set to appear in the film’s third instalment, such as Brigette Lundy-Paine and Samara Weaving, who have been cast as Bill and Ted’s daughters. Oh and we’re even promised appearances by some music icons, including Kid Cudi and Win Butler.

Australia – well, most of Australia (sorry Victoria) – finally has the opportunity to return to the cinema after way too long without it. To celebrate this, and the premiere of Bill and Ted Face The Music, Music Feeds is giving a bunch of double passes to the film, as well as some other goodies, away to a few lucky winners.

Up for grabs are five double passes for the preview screening in Sydney on Monday, 7th September. Five additional double passes are available nation-wide (sans Victoria) upon the film’s release on Thursday, 10th September.

If that wasn’t good enough, each winner will receive four separate music documentary DVDs, including Searching For Sugar ManMistaken For StrangersMidnight Oil 1984 and 20,000 Days On Earth as well as a band style Bill & Ted Face the Music T-shirt!

It’s a piece of cake to get yourself in the running. Just fill out the form below and subscribe to our newsletter and you’ll be in with a chance!

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NOTE: Entrants must be aged 15+. Sydney preview tickets are valid for Sydney Residents or those able to travel to the screening.

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