Those celebrating a birthday on 25th or 26th August can obtain free tickets for Festibelly 2012!
If you’re lucky enough to have a birthday that falls on the 25th and 26th of August, i.e. the bank holiday weekend of the festival ‘Festibelly’ – you could be going to the festival for free! According to their official website, both Tom and Andy of the Festibelly team share their birthday during the festival which is partially the reason for its inception.
They decided that it’s time things change around the festival site – so, if it’s your birthday on the Saturday or Sunday of the festival they want to know! If you can send proof of your birthday to them they’ll send you a free Festibelly ticket in return at a present. Sounds good, right? All you have to do is:
- Email email@example.com with the subject line ‘Go short, it’s MY birthday’,
- Attach a scanned image or photograph of your passport or driving license as proof,
- Include a picture of you enjoying a festival moment (be it in the mud, moshing, posing with friends, by your tent, whatever!
So go on – if you fancy celebrating your birthday in style get yourself there! Festibelly is held at The New Forest National Park in Hampshire across the August Bank Holiday weekend. Tickets to the event cost just £55 for a weekend camping with camping – perfect for a birthdy weekend away with your mates. What’s more, there’s also a group offer where you can get your sixth ticket for free if you buy five weekend or Sunday day tickets.
The line up so far includes:
itty Daisy & Lewis, Skinny Lister, James Yuill, We Were Evergreen, Howard Marks, Reggae Roast, The Operators, Bluebell, Dems, Capitol K, Vaz, Gold Panda, and Willy Moon, plus Ada, Adam Street Singers, Bastille, Bwani Junction, Chris Peck & The Family Tree, Clock Opera, Fossil Collective, Jaipur Kawa Brass Band, Labyrinth Ear, Man Like Me (live), Melodica, Melody and Me, Mo Kolours, Mt. Wolf, Palma Violets, Rob Cowen & The Dissidents, The Egg, The Golden Boys, and Yours & Mine. DJs added to the line-up are Cat Lovers, Draper, Durty Sound System, Handsome Dave Rocker, Low-Fro, Mojo Filter, Tythe, and Goodbye Leopold.
Find out more here.