Win a pair of tickets for Splendour feat. Jess Glynne, The Human League & Many More

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Grammy award winner Jess Glynne and legendary bands The Human League and UB40 headline Splendour in the picturesque setting of Wollaton Park, Nottingham on 23rd July and we’ve got one pair of adult tickets to giveaway.

Flamboyant rockers The Darkness, chart topper Jamie Lawson, The Fratellis, The Rifles, Turin Brakes and local rising star Ady Suleiman and many more will be playing across three stages.

With children 10 and under getting in free, Splendour promises a great family summer day out with plenty to enjoy including the free kids’ area with hands-on activities and entertainment taking place throughout the day. Across the park, local fringe talent and a full line up on the comedy stage add to the festival vibe.

Adult standard entry tickets are priced at £45 each so to be in with a chance to win just tell us which Splendour headliner’s debut album is called ‘I Cry When I Laugh’?

Tickets for Splendour start at £20 for 11-17-year-olds and £35 for adults with a citycard. Children 10 and under go free. Available from www.splendourfestival.com.

To get the latest line-up announcements and festival updates go to www.splendourfestival.com or like www.facebook.com/splendourfestivalUK or follow https://twitter.com/splendourfest.

To be in with a chance to win a pair of adult tickets to the festival please fill your details and answer the competition question below. Closing date – Thursday 30th June.

Terms and Conditions:
The tickets are for Saturday 23rd July 2016. Prize must be used at Splendour Festival 2016 and cannot be postponed to next year. Please click here for additional terms & conditions.

This competition is now closed!

Posted on 14 June 2016
Featured author: Kinga

Addicted to music and learning languages. Loves reading, gardening, travelling and everything new media related.

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