WIN FESTIVAL TICKETS!
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win a pair of full weekend adult tickets to Beat-Herder 2017Just answer the simple question below!
The barmiest festival in all the land, the treasured Beat-Herder returns in July 2017 with its unrivalled and eccentric party in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire.
One of the few remaining independent festivals in the UK, Beat-Herder is a place where different musical tribes congregate as one. Throughout the event's 12 year history, they have united the subcultures of dance music and beyond: dub, reggae, house, psytrance, techno, indie, rock, psychedelic, drum & bass and dubstep are all presented across 21 stages.
This year's line-up includes Sleaford Mods, Trentemoller, Toots and The Maytals, David Rodigan, Lee Scratch Perry, Milky Chance, Romare, The Sugarhill Gang Ft Melle Mel & Scorpio, Adrian Sherwood, Dub Pistols, Factory Floor, Stereo MC's, and more, with many more still to be announced. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
- Only one entry per person.
- The prize does not include any accommodation at the event.
- The competition is open to all UK residents OVER 18 and will need to provide ID, except employees of efestivals.co.uk and companies involved in the competition.
- Closing date for receipt of entries is 9am, Tuesday 23rd May 2017. The winners names, and the results, will be announced on this webpage soon after.
- Each competition entrant will (if not already) be subscribed to the Festivals Newsletter.
- The winning entries are selected at random from all correct entries.
- The judges decision is final.
- The winner must redeem the prize. It is not transferable.
- The prize is not redeemable for cash or resale. No exchange, refund, resale or equivalent monetary value offered.
- ID will be required at time of collecting the ticket wristband upon arrival.
Question: 'Toots' of Toots & the Maytals has a second name (surname). What is it?
the winner was: D Richardson (London)
Sorry, this competition has ended.
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