The 2022 Mercury Prize with FREE NOW is nearly upon us, and this year’s award ceremony promises to be truly spectacular. With a shortlist of some of Britain and Ireland’s very best artists set to perform, we’re all wondering how we can get our hands on a ticket…
This year FREE NOW, The Mobility Super App, is partnering with the Mercury Prize, giving two pairs of lucky fans a chance to attend this sold out event. Enter the competition on Secret London’s Instagram and you and your best mate could watch unique performances of songs from some of 2022’s most notable albums!
Enter the competition via the Secret London Instagram page here.
It’s a fantastic opportunity to see some of your favourite artists play, as well as discovering new joy in switching up your listening habits and exploring albums across a range of genres. Chosen by an independent panel of judges, a shortlist of 12 albums is created based on the quality of the music. And on September 8, the final winner will be announced…
Nominated for the ‘Album of the Year’ Mercury Prize 2022 shortlist:
- For All Our Days that Tear the Heart, Jessie Buckley and Bernard Butler
- Forest Floor, Fergus McCreadie
- Harry’s House, Harry Styles
- Overload, Yard Act
- Prioritise Pleasure, Self Esteem
- Reason to Smile, Kojey Radical
- Seventeen Going Under, Sam Fender
- Skin, Joy Crookes
- Sometimes I Might Be Introvert, Little Simz
- Supernova, Nova Twins
- Tresor, Gwenno
- Wet Leg, Wet Leg
FREE NOW connects people with their favourite places and passions all over London. And whether you’re one of the lucky winners who gets to watch the awards ceremony in real life, or you’re heading over to a friend’s house to throw a viewing party, with FREE NOW you can plan your perfect journey.
Savour that extra time getting ready and pre-book your black cab on the FREE NOW app up to four days in advance. Or with London’s largest electric black cab fleet, you can opt for a greener option. If you’d rather take the driving seat, jump on an eBike, eScooter. You can even book your own private hire vehicle.