WINNER ANNOUNCED: Win Tickets To The Toogether Festival
Huge congratulations to Laura from Ventnor, the recipient of our prize!
Fancy treating you and your friends to this incredible weekend? We've got four tickets up for grabs to this exciting three-day Island music festival!
With three stages and a number of attractions, the Toogether Festival celebrates music in a wide variety of genres, with something for everyone to enjoy! This year's highlights include some of the greatest dance acts of the 90's, plus DJ's, bands, and chilled out funky vibes (you can read the full line-up HERE).
This year's festival takes place between July 30 and August 1 at Sandown Airport. To be in with a chance to win the tickets (worth up to £260), all you need to do is comment below, telling us which friends or family members you'd bring and why they deserve a treat.
We'll then pick our favourite entry and post the winner's name here!
Entries close on Friday April 30 - best of luck!
Please note: Tickets can be used for four adults/teens (although at least one of the tickets must be for an adult aged 18+) and can be used for either camping or non-camping. Children aged ten and under can attend the festival for free when accompanied by a supervising adult.
Know a friend who would want to take part? Invite them to join here!
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