iHeartRadio Music Festival Ticket Competition – And The Winner Is…

iHeartRadio Music Festival Ticket Competition – And The Winner Is…

Last week we launched a competition for one US fan to win a pair of tickets to the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on 20th-21st of September. The winner had to work out which album was shown in the below word cloud and then tweet the answer along with a photo of the album, or recreating the album cover, or showing them at a venue where they've seen Paul play, etc. We asked you to be creative and boy were you ever!

Before we get to the winner we just want to say a big, big thank you to everyone that took part. Your photos have been making us smile all week. It was a really hard decision to pick a winner and for that reason we've put together a new collection with some of our favourites in. 

And now, the winner… We would like to congratulate Beth Ferrara from California who has painted a great picture of Paul which also features the word cloud. We think you'll agree that her hard work is definitely worthy of the tickets! Beth, please keep an eye on your Twitter direct messages; iHeartRadio will be in touch soon with details of how to claim your prize.

We'd also like to give a shout out to Kelsey Wright from Colorado for her entry which we also love! That's some great skills with the chalk, Kelsey! Please check your direct messages for a message from Paul's Twitter.

And because we loved so many of your entries we've created a new collection to show some of our favourites. Check to see if yours is in there by clicking HERE!

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