Win tickets to see The Vamps at Forest Live!

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This summer sees the return of Forest Live to the hugely popular Sherwood Pines in the heart of Nottinghamshires Sherwood Forest. Every year the festival in the forest attracts some of the biggest names in music and this year is no different. Paloma Faith, Tom Odell and The Vamps are some of the headline acts on the list for 2015 in what promises to be a lineup of serious heavyweights from the 26th – 28th June.

We’re delighted to be able to team up with our friends over at Sherwood Pines to offer one lucky person the chance to win a pair of tickets to see The Vamps perform on the 27th June. Other artists performing with The Vamps include the hugely popular Union J, Hometown and The Tide.

So to win a pair of tickets to see The Vamps later this month, simply fill out your details in the form below and answer the question that follows. Closing date for entries is midday on Wednesday 17th June and the winner will be notified via email. Terms and conditions apply. Best of luck!

This competition is now closed. 

 

 

Posted on 12 June 2015
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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