BFBS Radio listeners have the chance to win two pairs of tickets to the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony on the evening of Wednesday 10th September

An audience of 5,000 is expected on the South Lawn of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and you could be there to experience the Competitors’ Parade – with more than 400 wounded and injured servicemen and women – plus live music and military-themed entertainment.

There are two ways to win. One pair of tickets will be given away on Nic Foster’s show on Saturday 30th August from 1 – 5pm (UKT). He’ll be asking the following question:

The front man of one of the biggest bands in the world wrote the official Invictus Games anthem. Who is he?

Answers can be sent to Nic in the studio via email at[email protected] or text 0044 7740 377 377 (standard rate) and start message with UK and a space.

The second pair of tickets will be up for grabs online from the 25th August until 1st September at www.bfbs.com The online question is:

How many adapted sports will be showcased at the Invictus Games?

Answers can be sent via Twitter to @bfbs or entries can be made by commenting on the BFBS Facebook post.

The Invictus Games Opening Ceremony will include displays from The Red Arrows, The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery and The Queen’s Colour Squadron (63 Squadron RAF Regiment). Military bands from the Royal Marines, Army and RAF will also be performing on the night.

The ceremony will mark the beginning of four days of sporting events from the 11th to the 14th September, when serving personnel and veterans from 14 nations will compete at venues that were used during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

BFBS Radio is available on DAB Digital Radio in the UK, on FM at seven UK bases, on FM across the Forces world, on Sky Channel 0211, Freesat Channel 786, online atwww.bfbs.com and via the free BFBS smartphone app.