Win Riverside VIP tickets.

Poland’s prog rock masters RIVERSIDE continue to promote their latest, much acclaimed album “Shrine of New Generation Slaves”, which was released at the beginning of 2013 via InsideOutMusic/Century Media.
This is their 5th album and it has become their most successful album to date.
Hitting album charts in many different countries, Even reaching Gold status in Poland, the same as their last album release.
At the prestigious Classic Rock UK Prog Awards Riverside where even nominated as ‘Breakthrough Artist of 2013’.
The music can be simply described as a unique mix of dynamic rock and beautiful melodies.
The band played over 80 ‘New Generation’ shows visiting almost 30 countries.
Because of this success and the high demand, Riverside has decided to do one more New Generation tour in Europe. Taking place in April, 2014.
During this tour they will deliberately play some songs that they did not play in 2013!

Planetmosh have a pair of VIP tickets to give away to a show at either of these venues.
Liverpool, Manchester or Edinburgh.

The VIP tickets include a pair of regular show tickets, as well as a meet and greet with the band.

To win this VIP experience, please answer the following question:


Name Riverside’s first album?.

Please send your entry to with your name, and your choice of venue.

The competition will close at midnight on the 1st April, I will contact the winner within 24 hours.


Full UK Tour Dates.
04.04.2014 London (UK) – O2 Academy Islington
05.04.2014 Liverpool (UK) – O2 Academy 2
06.04.2014 Manchester (UK) – Academy 3
07.04.2014 Bilston (UK) – The Robin 2
08.04.2014 Bristol (UK) – The Fleece
10.04.2014 Edinburgh (SCOT) – The Liquid Room

Read our review of the album here

These VIP tickets have been kindly donated by

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About David Farrell

General Manager and 'THE' competition guy at Manager of The Goddanm Electric, Tour manager for Serpentine, and ex-general Dogsbody at Media partner to numerous bands. Also takes photos, writes reviews and likes classic rock, with a touch of thrash to get the blood flowing.
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