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Win a pair of tickets for Hit the North 2019

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Published: 10:00 am, April 15, 2019
Win a pair of tickets for Hit the North 2019

Taking over Newcastle on 5th May, Hit The North is a great way to spend your bank holiday Sunday.

With a bill topped by Jake Bugg and Tom Brennan, and absolutely packed with top bands - Shame, Blaenavon, Ten Tonnes, Soak, Sports Team, Hotel Lux, Zuzu, Easy Life, Pip Blom, APRE and Our Girl just to name a few - it’s not one to miss.

To celebrate, Dork has a pair of tickets for give away - simply enter via the widget below to be in with a shot of getting your mitts on them. The winner will be drawn on Monday 29th April.

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