WHEN Britain's biggest boy band Blue take to the stage at the McAlpine Stadium on July 31, some very special voices will be cheering extra loud.
The Examiner asked you to write in and tell us about special people who you thought deserved the chance to see Blue in action absolutely free.
From the hundreds of people who sent us their plea we picked 10 we thought most deserving - and gave them nine extra tickets so they could take along all their family and friends.
* Cassie Cahill, 14, of Heaton Gardens, Paddock, wrote to the Examiner asking for tickets for her whole family.
She is one of six children. Tickets for everyone would have cost a fortune.
Cassie was gobsmacked when told the news.
"My favourite song is Guilty and I love Duncan," she said.
Mum Helen, 38, dad Lindon, 38, brothers Robert, 19, and Tony, 17, and sisters Emma, nine, Paige, five, and Lucy, three, will all be going along to the concert.
* Kiran Mann, 11, of York Avenue, Fartown, was all set to go and see Blue with her pals last year, but when one of the gang became ill the trip had to be cancelled. But now Kiran and all her friends will finally get to see their pop idols.
Fixby Junior School pupil Kiran said: "I have some very close friends and if we plan to do something and then one of us can't, none of us do it.
"But this will make up for missing out last time."
She plans to take school friends Kiranjeet Kaur, Mandy Kaur, Sarah Khalid, Olivia Hutchinson and Charlotte Wadsworth, who are all 11.
* Cath Ryll, of Northfield Avenue, Lockwood, told us about all the hard work her daughter Francesca, 15, and her friends at Newsome High School had put in during the past four years.
The girls and their personal development teacher Chris Dickinson have raised money to take under-privileged children and pensioners on trips.
Francesca did not have a clue her mum had put her forward for the ticket giveaway.
She said: "When mum told me I had won tickets I thought she was joking – I couldn't believe it.
"We like to work with the children and the old people because, even though it can be tiring raising the money, it is fun and it does some good."
* Sonia Gilpin, 35, and her husband John, 33, had to send their three children to spend time with relatives in Nottingham.
But now the kids, Seraphena, 10, Alex, 14, and Ben, 16, are back and all the family are going to the Blue concert.
Sonia said: "We deserve a bit of good fun as a family and this is perfect.
"We have not decided exactly who we are going to take as yet but Seraphena is already drawing up a list of friends."
The other lucky winners are:
* Sarah Simmons, of Cleveland Avenue, Meltham.
* Andrea Annat, of Deighton.
* Samantha Hames, of Hall Cross Road, Lowerhouses.