WIN / Weekend and camping tickets to LeeFest 2017

By on Thursday, 6th July 2017 at 11:00 am
 

Camping festivals are pretty ubiquitous in England, and we’re not too far off now from one of our favourites. LeeFest 2017 (also known as the second installment of Leefest Presents the Neverland) is about a month off now on the summer event calendar, and the lineup this year is pretty smashing. The headliners reflect the strength of homegrown talent driven by social consciousness: Jake Bugg, Kate Tempest and Radio 1 personality Annie Mac will be gracing the main stage. You can read Steven’s past full feature on the event through here.

One better, the folks of LeeFest have given us a pair of weekend camping tickets (plus parking!) to enjoy the festival on them and us. Something for free? I’m sure you’re interested in entering our contest now, and we can’t have made it any easier. Just follow these steps:

1. Provide your full name and your email address. We’ll use these to contact you if you win.
2. We’ll need your postal address too, as the tickets are hard copy and we’ll need to post them to you if you are the lucky winner.
3. Then correctly answer this question: Of the choices we give you, which is a headliner at this year’s LeeFest?

We’ll go through all the correct entries and choose one winner at random. Please note: you must be a UK resident to enter, and all duplicate entries will be discarded. If you’d rather not chance it, you still have time to buy tickets through the LeeFest 2018 official Web site.

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This contest is now closed. The winner will be contacted soon.

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2 Responses

6:25 pm
21st July 2017

Jake Bugg is one of the headliners this year!

10:54 pm
24th July 2017

jake bugg

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