News Arctic Monkeys team up with Music Venue Trust to launch grassroots venues crowdfunder

The competition runs from now until 25th August.

Proving once again why they’re absolute legends, Arctic Monkeys have linked up with Music Venue Trust to launch a new crowdfunder to raise funds for The Leadmill in Sheffield and other independent grassroots venues across the UK.

Announcing the competition today, you can be in with a chance of winning Alex Turner’s Fender Stratocaster which he used for many early gigs including their 2006 Reading Festival appearance!

Entry is £5 and everyone who enters will receive an invite to a special screening of the bands performance at Reading Festival in 2006.

Head here to find out more!

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Arctic Monkeys have launched a Crowdfunder campaign to raise money for @theleadmill in Sheffield as well as other grassroots venues across the UK in conjunction with @musicvenuetrust. Alex Turner will be giving away his Fender Stratocaster Guitar which he used during the early days with Arctic Monkeys. Entry is £5 and everyone who enters will receive an invite to a special screening of the bands performance at Reading Festival in 2006. Enter via the link in our bio. Entry is £5 and you can enter as many times as you wish. The competition is open to everyone worldwide, over the age of 18. The competition is open now until 6pm BST on Tuesday 25th August. Everyone who enters will receive an invite to an exclusive online screening of the bands performance at Reading Festival in 2006 on Wednesday 26th August at 8pm BST. The winner of the guitar will be notified by email before Friday 28th August. For more information, visit our website.

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