Chilling out or rocking out?
Do it in style this year at Posh'stock aka the Cornbury festival
Tuesday 16 June 2009
Do Cornbury Festival in style and win full weekend tickets, plus luxury camping for you and 10 friends in a double decker bus in the VIP boutique campsite (worth over £3750).
To enter this competition, click
If you're not the lucky winner, don't fret, you can still get your hands on a FREE day ticket by entering.
The Cornbury Festival is one-of-a-kind: an eclectic and eccentric musical carnival - a dynamic summer festival disguised as a country fayre - a lovingly crafted, top notch, very English open air party, tailor-made for the whole family.
Like the best of England, Cornbury is eccentric, charming and irresistible - a homespun melting pot where music-lovers share pies and a glass of champagne with superstars, toffs, rockers, crooners, Morris dancers, farmers, urbanites, fashionistas, gourmet chefs and the little old ladies who make exceptional cakes.
In short, The Cornbury Festival represents classic summer entertainment for a friendly crowd from all walks of life. A country fair with a rock ’n’ roll twist; a farmers’ market with a dancefloor; a magical local carnival with a classic contemporary soundtrack.
Cornbury Park is located on the edge of the Wychwood forest and was first mentioned in the Doomsday Book.The forest has been the site of festivals for centuries which drew crowds of 50,000 during their heyday in the mid-19th century.
The competition closes on 30 June.
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Peter Green & Friends
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