Win one of three Bohemian Rhapsody prize-packs

Win one of three Bohemian Rhapsody prize-packs

Bohemian Rhapsody will well and truly rock you – and possibly even move you – when it bursts into JB Hi-Fi on February 13. Here’s how you can score one of these prize-packs…

STEP ONE: Like STACK Magazine on Facebook
STEP TWO: Head HERE and tell us another band and/or artist you’d like to see in a biopic and who would you cast?
STEP THREE: Share the post

Thanks to 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Entries close: February 28, 2019

Winner announced: 11 March 2019

To win: three prizes each including a Bohemian Rhapsody themed t-shirt, coasters, pin badge and guitar picks.

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