Fancy a backstage VIP pass to see Tinie Tempah, Rudimental, Ella Henderson and Wretch 32?
Well, Sundown Festival is roaring into the English countryside with some of the biggest names in pop, hip-hop and electronic music this summer – and we’ve got a pair of special VIP tickets to give away.
Taking place over the weekend of September 4-6 at the Norfolk Showground, other major talents on the bill include Nero, Labrinth and Sub Focus, while an array of up and coming artists will also be showcasing their music.
The winner of the #IAMSUNDOWN2015 competition, singer-songwriter James King, will open the Sundown Saturday main stage on September 5.
This Norfolk spectacle is one of the most cherished events on the calendar, and with a line up like this year’s, festivalgoers won’t be disappointed.
Whether you’re a camper, a music maniac, or just a curious wonderer; Sundown is the perfect place for you to spend the start of your September.
For more information visit www.sundownfestival.co.uk
Win FREE VIP tickets to this year’s festival
We’re offering you the chance to win a pair of VIP tickets allowing you to attend the full event, get backstage passes and nab a space in the camping area, absolutely free.
To enter our fabulous competition, simply answer the following question:
Which of these is a rapper appearing at Sundown 2015?
a) Tinie Tempah
b) Major Tantrum
c) Miniscule Rage
Email your answer to email@example.com using the subject line ‘Sundown Competition’. Please include your name, address, and telephone number.
Competition closes at midnight on Wednesday, August 26.
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