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The results are in

Earlier this week, we offered you the chance to win 2 tickets to see the Black Eyed Peas and guests in Galway’s Pearse Stadium on June 4.

We asked for your favourite memory of Galway.

Cú Chulainn’s very adult, brazenly TMI story hit the G spot:

“My favourite memory of Galway: Mid-20s and away with a beautiful sexy and very horny young woman for a dirty weekend. We had both fancied each other for good while so it was full-on. So full-on we didn’t even stay out for late pints on the Saturday.

“Cue Sunday morning and I had the aforementioned in completely wide open and exposed position – did I mention she was quite kinky? – when the hotel room door opened and the chambermaid walked in. That was the moment I discovered that I like an audience, I like more than one person in the room, and the day my life changed for the better.”

Nick says: Congratulations (and Splutter!), Cu Chulainn and thanks to everyone who entered.

Previously: Peas In Our Time

Tribes and vibes.

I gotta feeling you’re gonna like our music competition: we’re offering you the chance to win 2 tickets to see The Black Eyed Peas and guests in concert in Galway’s Pearse Stadium on June 4th.

From the press blurb:

“Set your sights on the Tribe this June Bank Holiday as pop culture icons Black Eyed Peas perform their first Irish gig in over 11 years. The city will come alive when one of the world’s most exciting, dynamic and successful groups of our generation play to 26,000 fans in Galway’s Pearse Stadium on June 4th 2022 as Galway will be the launch pad for their European tour. Limited tickets available here.

“See lead vocalist will.i.am, and rappers apl.de.ap, Taboo and J.Rey Soul perform the iconic tracks that defined an entire generation. Fans can expect a monster set filled with the ageless classics ‘Pump it’ and ‘Let’s Get It Started’ through to international megahits like ‘I Gotta Feeling’ and ‘Where is the Love’.”

Also on the bill are UK neo-soul singer Gabrielle, local punk-pop heroes The Blizzards and Dea Matrona.

To enter, simply tell us what your favourite memory of Galway is?

Lines MUST close at 10.45pm.

Nick says: Good luck!