Taking place at Victoria Park, London over 10 days, Firestone is giving away a pair of tickets for 1st June at All Points East presents, where you can see a whole host of exciting acts including Catfish and the Bottlemen.


Firestone views music as a unique way to bring people from different countries and cultures together and is hitting the road all year long to bring music fans and artists together with stops at several popular music festivals across Europe, including All Points East for the first time. Firestone will welcome a full line-up of established and emerging artists to perform on the Firestone Stage at All Points East., including Cardiff band Fire Fences, who beat hundreds of unsigned acts to win Firestone’s recent Battle of the Bands competition.

Supporting musical talents is deeply rooted in Firestone’s DNA. Back in 1928, Founder, Harvey Firestone, brought together musicians and music-lovers on the ‘Voice of Firestone’, which gave known and unknown musicians a platform to perform. This radio programme quickly became the most successful entertainment broadcast of its time and in the same way, we want to continue to offer authentic music experiences, to all music-lovers across Europe, by supporting emerging talent.

To enter this competition to win a pair of tickets at All Points East and a Firestone festival survival pack, just answer this question:

Which park does All Points East Festival take place in?

To enter, send us your answer, name and email address to louderthanwarcomp@gmail.com

Find out more about Firestone’s sponsorship of All Points East Festival and the Firestone Music Tour, visit live.firestonetyre.co.uk

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