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April 2020
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Win a pair of tickets for Barn on the Farm 2018

Feat. Tom Grennan, Tom Misch, Pale Waves, Mystery Jets and more.
Published: 8:02 pm, April 12, 2018
Win a pair of tickets for Barn on the Farm 2018
You’ll never guess where Barn on the Farm takes place. Yes okay, it’s a real-life actual working farm. The clue’s in the name, huh? While you probably won’t find some pigs down the front raving to headliners Tom Grennan and Tom Misch, the setting offers the festival a charming, intimate vibe that’s hard to replicate.

Joining 'the Toms' at this year’s event, you’ll find recent Dork cover stars Pale Waves, along with Mystery Jets, Gengahr, Bad Sounds, Island, Marsicans, Easy Life, Anteros, Sea Girls, Ten Tonnes and loads more bands you’ll regularly see across our pages.

Want to pop along to join in the fun? Enter our competition below to win a pair of tix, or head to barnonthefarm.co.uk to buy them. Barn on the Farm takes place from 5th-8th July in Gloucester.

You can also find out more about this summer's festival fun in Dork's Festival Guide 2018 - order your copy below.

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