WIN FESTIVAL TICKETS!
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8 adult passes for Friday and Saturday with camping at Rugfest 2015Just answer the simple question below!
eFestivals is offering four of our readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to Rugfest, the beer and music festival organised by Wallingford Rugby Club on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th June 2015.
Held at Hithercroft Sports Park in Wallingford as a fund raising event for Wallingford Rugby Club, the event is oriented to families with music and entertainment for all across the two sessions.
Now in its seventh year is an ever expanding summer festival offering fans the very best musical talent from across the country, tonnes of activities for all the family and a superb range of beverages and cuisine.
After last year’s musical extravaganza that included a stand out set from Hue & Cry, this year the organisers are delighted to announce that The Christians, the soul influenced group who had hits in the late 80’s and 90’s including ‘Forgotten Town’, ‘Harvest For The World’, ‘Born Again’, ‘Ideal World’, and ‘Hooverville’, will be headlining Saturday’s stage joining other bands including Land Of The Giants and festival favourites Will & The People.
But that is not all, Rugfest will also be hosting the Americana brilliance of The Mojo Slide, the Alternative folk of Flight Brigade who join The Revue and the Unusual Suspects to complete the Friday night line-up. On Saturday the music just cannot be pinned down with Normanton Street fusing Hip-hop soul and spoken word, The Novatones providing some energetic Britpop, The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm band offering jump-jive, Hope and Glory adding ska nuttiness, Fleur Stevenson mixing in a little jazz and Quadrophobe adding their usual blend of badger inspired insanity. There will be entertainment from young entertainers Megan Alan and Square 1 but the organisers have made sure that they have saved the best for last.
If this massive mix is not enough to whet your musical appetite then the return of RSVP Bhangra to the Hithercroft should be enough to get everybody jumping. RSVP are the Uk's number one festival Bhangra band and will have you dancing in minutes... a lot of styles and something for everyone, possibly the reason that this festival continues to grow in popularity. .
Rugfest is a family event, and entertainment will include trampolines, Jan’s Blackboard Van, zorb balls, an arts and crafts tent, bouncy castles, bungee runs, blow up boxing, high flying trampolines, face painting and, if they’re still standing, a 2 hour disco; just for kids!
Adults can enjoy freshly made cocktails from the mixologists of Wallingford's Old Post Office, plus Loddon Ales – Cotswold Lagers and chilled ciders from across the country. A variety of fresh hot food is available throughout the event.
Early bird weekend pass: £15
Friday night session: £10
Saturday day pass: £15
Under 16s when accompanied by an adult: Free!
On site camping: available for £2.50 per person per night.
Soak up the entertainment with a local tipple of your choice with freshly made cocktails from the mixologists of Wallingford's Old Post Office, the event sponsor, plus Loddon Ales – Cotswold Lagers and chilled ciders from across the country. A variety of fresh hot food is available throughout the event.
To be in with a chance of winning one of four pairs of tickets, please answer the question below.
- Only one entry per person.
- The competition is open to all UK residents OVER 18, except employees of efestivals.co.uk and companies involved in the competition.
- Closing date for receipt of entries is 9am, Friday 12th June. The winner's names, and the results, will be announced on this webpage soon after. The winners will also be informed via email.
- 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.
- The prize is not redeemable for cash or resale.
The winners are C Woods from Norwich, P Popefrom East Delves , R Cameron from Oxford, and K Gatens from Aldershot.
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