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Metronomy, Shura, Sundara Karma, The Japanese House, Black Honey, Pumarosa and loads more.
Published: 12:35 pm, May 15, 2017
Win a bunch of tickets for Blissfields 2017
Blissfields is another festival that gets the Dork stamp of approval this year: we’ll be heading over to check out some of our fave bands, spacious camping and something called ‘The Hidden Hedge’, which is worth it just for the name tbh.

Also in attendance will be headliners Metronomy (pictured) and The Cinematic Orchestra, along with Shura, Sundara Karma, The Japanese House, Black Honey and Pumarosa. That’s three former Dork cover stars, and one 5* album right there.

The line up isn’t complete yet either, so stay tuned.

To celebrate, we’ve got eight tickets to give away to one lucky winner. The prize includes two allocated camping slots ideal for eight people in four tents (60m2 reserved plot). To be in with a chance of getting your mitts on them, simply enter using the widget below.

Blissfields will take place from 6th – 8th July in Hampshire, with tickets on sale now. Visit blissfields.co.uk for info n stuff.

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