Win family passes to pro wrestling at Morayfield

Win family passes to pro wrestling at Morayfield

Moreton Bay Regional Council and United Pro Wrestling have combined to hold a huge Halloween wrestling bash on October 30 at Morayfield Sport and Event Centre (MSEC).

This family friendly, fun and interactive show is one not to miss and thanks to MSEC, Moreton Daily has five family passes to give away (valued at $75 each).

All you have to do is complete the entry form below. Entries are now open and close at midnight on October 24. Winners will be drawn and notified on October 25.

Based in Caboolture and travelling across the state, United Pro Wrestling is Queensland’s best professional wrestling organisation featuring wrestlers such as Moko Kai The Warrior, Big Business and the 144kg Stockman.

With lighting and pyrotechnics, music, thrilling rivalries and heart-stopping action, you don't want to miss out on this show.

Spectators are encouraged to come dressed in their best and scariest Halloween costumes for the chance to win exciting prizes.

Doors open at 6pm, with a VIP meet and greet opportunity from 6.15-6.45pm. The show starts at 7pm.

Tickets are on sale now. They are $30 adults, $17.50 children, $75 family. Ringside VIP (includes meet and greet with wrestler and signed poster) are $40 adult - front row/second row or $23 child front row/second row.

Until midnight Sunday, October 17, tickets for a family of four are $50 if you book online using the promo code FAMILY50.  

To book, visit the website, or find more on Facebook.

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This competition has now closed. Winners will be contacted directly shortly.

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