Ahead of the Brit Awards next week (Tuesday 18th February) ID&C, the leading provider of wristbands in the UK, is challenging people to find the microphone hidden within the instruments

On average it takes people a minute to complete.

Find the microphone hidden within the musical instruments

Find the microphone hidden within the musical instruments

Found it? See the answer below..

Find the microphone hidden within the musical instruments - Answer circled

Find the microphone hidden within the musical instruments  - Answer circled

ID&C has created the game to celebrate the 40th annual music awards ceremony and to mark the 15th the year in a row the company has supplied wristbands to the musicians, celebrities and guests at the event.

Brit nominees Billie Eilish, Harry Styles, Lewis Capaldi, Mabel, Stormzy will all be performing at the O2 in London throughout the night. 

Both Stormzy and Harry Styles have been nominated for Male Solo Artist and Album of the Year, with Stormzy also securing a Song of the Year nomination. Lewis Capaldi has nominations for Best New Artist and Male Solo Artist under his belt.

Billie Eilish has been nominated for Best International Female Solo Artist, while Mabel is nominated in three categories – Best New Artist, Best Solo Artist and Song of the Year for her single Call Me Up.

Matt Wilkey, Company Director and co-owner, at ID&C said:What better way to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Brit Awards ceremony than by taking part in our music brainteaser! 

'With the average time set at 60 seconds to complete the game we're looking forward to seeing the record beaten.”

Matt adds:We've been supplying our wristbands and lanyards to the Brit Awards for 15 years now.  

“We are all huge music fans here at ID&C, so working with such a well-respected brand that is steeped in music culture is a great thing.

“The team at The Brit Awards are always a pleasure to work with and we’ve found the perfect synergy in working together on this annual event.

 “Our wristbands do their task of controlling access and identifying the different attendee types, from artists and celebrities to staff and press.”