Win a pair of tickets to the Rebellion Festival 2017 – Enter Now!!

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Win a pair of tickets to the Rebellion Festival 2017 – Enter Now!!

For our latest ticket competition we have once again teamed up with the organisers of The Rebellion Festival, and our able to offer up as the prize a Pair of Weekend Tickets; that’s a completion prize value of £320!!

Rebellion is the largest punk festival on the planet and boasts an awesome line-up – over 250 bands across six stages, including an Outdoor Stage, the magnificent Opera House Stage, the New Band Stage (all 4 days), plus the Punk Art Festival, the Literary Stage, and a vast array of merchandise stalls sourced from across the globe – what’s more its all indoors so the mayhem continues no matter what the infamous UK weather does!!

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We can’t possibly list the entire line-up, but selected highlights include:

Bad Religion (Thursday Headliners), Pennywise, Evil Blizzard, Slaves (Friday Headliners), Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Misty In Roots, Steve Ignorant with Paranoid Visions, Ruts DC, The Skids (Sunday Headliners), Richie Ramone, The Membranes & 20pc BIMM Choir, and Dirt Box Disco. Other highlights include Propaghandhi, UK Subs, Alternative TV, Pears, Wonk Unit, Inca Babies, dragSTER, Barstool Preachers, Interrobang, and In Evil Hour, whilst on the Acoustic Stage there will be appearances from TV Smith, Ruts DC, Louise Distras, Hobo Jones, alongside interviews with Rat Scabies, the legendary Jodan, Don Letts and Ginger Wildheart.

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The festival runs from Thursday 3rd August to Sunday 6th August 2017 and is held at The Winter Gardens, Blackpool;

Easily accessed via the UK motorway network, national rail network and serviced by Manchester airport some 35mins away; as such the festival attracts attendees from across the globe; the LTW Shop is an Official Rebellion ticket outlets and regularly ships tickets to The USA/Canada, Australia, Japan, Israel, all across Europe.

The 2016 event SOLD OUT in advance, and 2017 looks to follow in similar fashion. The LTW Shop stocks individual Day Tickets and full Weekend Tickets, all orders are posted out within 48hrs to any location.

However, we are delighted to be able to offer you the chance to win a pair of Full Weekend Tickets with a prize value of £320!!

To get your hands on this fantastic prize you need to answer this fiendishly difficult question;

Q. Lipstick smeared goth Robert Smith was born in Blackpool; which band has he fronted since formation in 1976?

COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

The Subject line MUST read BLACKPOOL, if it doesn’t your entry will be automatically filtered into the Trash box.

NB: You must submit your full name and full address, and use a real email as that’s how we will notify the winner!

Competition closing date – 2100hrs Sunday 14th May 2017

Terms and conditions:

Multiple entries will be disqualified.
No cash alternative.
Tickets to be forwarded by Louder Than War.
Prize does not include travel, hotels, food etc.
Competition is open to all Louder Than War readers – Entries from outside the UK are very welcome.
The editor’s decision is final.
Winners will be notified by email so you need to use a genuine address

The Rebellion Festival
Thursday 4th August – Sunday 7th August 2016
The Winter Gardens,
Blackpool, UK

Slaves image courtesy of Echoes & Dust

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  1. This would be a dream. (And take me right back to ,,,,about,,,”82?) Please can I have a baby sitter included ☯️⭐❤️

  2. the rebellion is a great event the only problem is there isn’t enough up and coming bands weave been trying for 3years .Not very nice when the same bands play nearly every year .the new band stage is in the wrong place as well .my band is called complete dysfunction give the under dog’s a chance to shine .

  3. How can you say the new band stage is in the wrong place-it’s the first stage you come to as you walk in the entrance! I’d say that was the perfect spot. Last year (& this year) the stage runs every day. I was there for most of the festival being a music reviewer – trust me when I say there’s plenty of ‘up & coming’ bands getting their chance.

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