Win Nick’s Tickets To Thrive


Dancer Don King and Bonnie Ryan (above) at the official launch of Thrive Festival 2020; Glenda Gilsen (above lettering) at the Convention Centre, Dublin

Attention fitness enthusiasts and nutrition boffins.

No wait, come back.

We have a pair of tickets to give away to both the Saturday and Sunday of this year’s Thrive Festival in Dublin’s Convention Centre on February 29 and March 1.

Thrive is ‘an explorium of cutting-edge fitness classes, cooking demonstrations, yoga, meditation and interactive panel discussions‘ over three days.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply tell me below what is your favourite song about food or which mentions a particular food.

The winner will be chosen by my personal trainer.

Polls close at MIDNIGHT 6am.

Nick says: Good luck!

Thrive Festival 2020

Golden Discs voucher competition will return next week.

Pics: Photocall Ireland

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40 thoughts on “Win Nick’s Tickets To Thrive

    1. Slightly Bemused

      At the risk of being frisky…

      I really like Kelis’ songs, but I also think she just might be the most beautiful woman I ever saw. And that was before I saw Milkshake, so don’t judge!

  1. Specific Gravity

    Twenty Four Hour Garage People, by Half Man Half Biscuit
    (extra credit for food in the band name, surely?!)

    And you curse my soul if I don’t want petrol
    Curse my soul ‘cos I don’t want petrol
    I only came down for a tube of Pringles
    …Sour Cream and Chives

    I’ll have two Scotch eggs and a jar of Marmite,
    Two Scotch eggs and a jar of Marmite
    Two Scotch eggs and a jar of Marmite
    …what sandwiches have you got?

    Well now you become quite irate and your voice becomes louder, and you start to sound like Leadbelly at the depot…

    I got ham, I got cheese, I got chicken, I got beef,
    I got tuna-sweetcorn; I’ve got tuna-sweetcorn

    I’ll have ten Kit Kats and a motoring atlas
    Ten Kit Kats and a motoring atlas
    And a blues CD on the Hallmark label
    – that’s sure to be good

  2. Niall

    The brilliant Bell X1 and Alphabet Soup. Epic banjo action by Dave Geraghty, a nod to Chris de Burgh and the final redemptive message from the tomato coated spaghettti (It’s gonna be ok) make this one of my all time favourites.

  3. DOC

    The Smiths – Meat is Murder
    Limp Bizkit – Chocolate starfish and the hotdog flavoured water
    Nirvana – Mexican Seafood
    The Champs – Tequila

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