David Gilmour Concert tickets

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Rock legend David Gilmour,
a key supporter of the LIBERTY CHOIR,
has donated two tickets
to his sold-out  concert at

Royal Albert Hall 
on Friday 2 October 2015. 

Bid here for two tickets - very good seats in the stalls, close to the stage - in this sold-out David Gilmour Live 2015 concert!  
All proceeds from this auction go to supporting the Liberty Choir.

The tickets will be available for collection from the Royal Albert Hall on the night of the concert. 

PLEASE NOTE If you win the auction, we will ask you for your name as well as payment.  The tickets must be collected by this named person, with photo ID.

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£ 1,032
David Gilmour in Concert 2 Oct 2015
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