Field Day Competition

July 22, 2008

The Good Folks at Adventures In The Beetroot Field have kindly donated a pair of tickets to the Field Day Festival that readers of Slutty Fringe can win by entering into the below competition.

For those who like to pretend they are ostriches, Field Day Festival takes place on Saturday August 9th in the nice and green part of East London called Victoria Park offering up an exemplary cross-section of leftfield bands, artists and DJs for the true music lovers’ delectation.

Now in it’s second year and expanded to five stages with Eat Your Own Ears, Bugged Out and Bloggers Delight all involved and a variety of acts including Modeselektor, The Field, Richie Hawtin, Simian Mobile Disco, Mystery Jets, Brodinski, The Emperor Machine and Crookers confirmed to play it promises to be an all too rare event – a decent festival within London.

For your chance to win a pair of tickets to Field Day you will need to think up a suitably splendid answer to the following quandry

If you were given the carte blanche to curate your own stage at Field Day which bands and DJs would you add and why?

The most impressive answer wins the tickets and the second most impressive answer will get a bunch of promo cds

Please direct answers here with a subject title of Field Day Freeness.

Competition will close on 1st August with the winners being announced on the 2nd August.

Slutty Fringe might be popular the world over but this competition is ONLY for those who can feasibly make it to the festival.

Those lacking the imagination to enter can always purchase tickets for the event here

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