Ella Eyre - British singer Ella Eyre put down some very special tracks to launch First Great Western's Summer Tracks campaign. Over the summer, First Great Western will be giving passengers the chance to witness exclusive and intimate live gigs on trains to some of the biggest summer music festivals. The award winning Comeback and Waiting All Night singer performed on a train to give passengers a preview for what is in store for them over the summer. To get passengers in the festival mood First Great Western will be setting up one-off sets with a surprise music act on board a service from London Paddington to Castle Cary, ahead Glastonbury on Saturday 27th June. Bringing the festival spirit to the train with some of her top tracks, Ella marked the start of First Great Western's Summer Tracks campaign, where singers and bands will take to the train to warm up festival-bound travellers headed for Glastonbury, Reading and Wilderness. Ella Eyre comments: "I'm so excited to be launching the Summer Tracks campaign to get festival-goers in the mood with some great acts performing live on the way to top festivals this summer. It's something different - most musicians are used to radio stations rather than train stations!" Jamie Anderson, Campaigns Manager at First Great Western said: "We're thrilled that Ella Eyre has launched are Summer Tracks this year and are looking forward to surprising our passenger with a guest act that will perform on one of our trains to the Glastonbury Festival this summer. It's going to be an incredible journey to remember for our passengers. What better way to travel than with exclusive gig you can enjoy from the comfort of your train seat?" Passengers who book a First Great Western train to Glastonbury are also in for the chance to win a pair of tickets to Ella Eyre's concert at [where] in [date/month]*! As an official travel partner for the Glastonbury Festival, First Great Western will run over 50 additional trains to a at Glastonbury - United Kingdom - Friday 12th June 2015
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