Win a pair of tickets to Festival No.6 with boutique camping

Plus 14 standard pairs of tickets to be won

 

This prize draw is now closed.

i has teamed up with the award winning Festival No. 6 to offer readers the chance to attend the festival with a guest. The first winner drawn at random will win tickets to the festival and boutique camping for the weekend, 14 runners up will also win a pair of tickets to the event.

Festival No. 6 is set in the breath-taking village of Portmeirion, with a line-up headlined by Petshop Boys, Beck and London Grammar. The festival will take place on the weekend of 5-7 September 2014.

For more information on Festival No. 6 visit festivalnumber6.com

Terms & Conditions: One entry per person, entrants and guests must be aged 18+ UK residents only. The prize draw closes 23.59 Monday 18 August 2014. The winner will be the first entry with the runners up the following 14 entries selected at random after the closing date. The winner and runners up will be contacted by Thursday 21 August 2014. The prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. The first prize consist of one pair of tickets with  boutique camping for the weekend and 14 standard pairs of tickets for 14 runners up (no camping equipment provided). Each pair of tickets will give access to the main festival site, with a Thursday or Friday arrival. Transport to and from the festival and all other expenses are excluded. The line-up for Festival No. 6 is subject to change. For a full set of Festival No. 6 terms and conditions please visit www.festivalnumber6.com. The Independent may use your information to contact you by email with offers/services of interest. Usual promotion rules apply, see www.independent.co.uk/rules. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT.  Promoter: FN6 Limited.

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