Win one of two pairs of weekend passes to Bestival with RizLab
Tuesday 16 August 2011
On the opening day of Bestival, Friendly Fires will curate a one-off exploration of “The Past, Present and Future of Dance Music” in the RizLab arena.
RizLab was created to allow credible artists to experiment freely and embrace their creative passions. Friendly Fires have the unique ability to mix anthemic songwriting with dancefloor fillers and RizLab are now enabling Ed, Jack and Edd to create an environment that really showcases their love of dance music.
Working with Frankie Knuckles, A Guy Called Gerald, SBTRKT, LONE and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Friendly Fires will create a “Past, Present and Future of Dance Music” experience live at the RizLab arena.
To whet your appetites for this feast of dance music, RizLab have provided The Independent with two pairs of weekend passes to Bestival, which is on between 8 and 11 September. The tickets are for the whole Bestival weekend, so after the Friendly Fires performance you'll be able take in the rest of the action on the Isle of Wight. To enter, answer the question below.
This competition closes on 31 August 2011. The prize is for tickets only - you will have to arrange your own transport, accomodation and sundries. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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