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Burger Week could send you to see Coldplay

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Burgers, beers and a chance to see Coldplay live and for free! Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Well, it is as that is what the Burger Week coming up very soon at Moondog’s Bar & Grill entails. For the sixth year in a row, the popular Nicosia bar and eatery is hosting a full week of rich burger meals, performances from live bands and a chance to win tickets to see the world-famous UK band live in concert.

From Monday May 30 to Sunday June 5 Moondog’s will offer 40 epic juicy burgers, more than 250 beers and a series of live music nights. Performing on May 31 is George Kinezos, Theofano Papachristou and Nicolas Argyrou, while June 1 will host Arcadian Child. George Solonos, Constantinos Pavlides and Tefkros Neokleous will perform on June 2, Private Garden on June 3, the Funked-Up Project on June 4 and finally, Bloom Fields on June 5.

But perhaps the most tempting part of this latest edition of Burger Week is the prize draw. Two winners will be gifted two return flights to Frankfurt, accommodation at a 4-star hotel and tickets to Deutsche Bank Park to see Coldplay perform live.

To enter the draw and win the tickets for the July 3 concert all that is needed is to try out any of the 40 burgers included on the Burger Week menu, with each one counting as one entry to the competition. The draw will take place on June 5 at Moondog’s.

During Burger Week, the Moondog’s kitchen will also be serving salads, fries, sausages, chicken wings as well as vegetarian meals. “Save the date and your appetite,” say the organisers. “Bon Apetit and Bon Voyage!”


Burgers Week

40 burgers, 250+ beers, live music and a draw to win Coldplay tickets. May 30-June 5. Moondog’s Bar & Grill, Nicosia. Tel: 7000-6300


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