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How would you and a bud like to spend a weekend in sunny ‘Royal’ Tunbridge Wells this August?
Published: 12:53 pm, May 15, 2017
Win a pair of tickets for LeeFest 2017
Kate Tempest has not long joined the line up for LeeFest Presents: The Neverland, headlining alongside Jake Bugg and Annie Mac.

She joins a bill that already features Wild Beasts, Fickle Friends, Lewis Watson, Milk Teeth, Bad Sounds, Fish, Strong Asian Mothers, Shame, Superglu, Childcare, Ider, Kagoule, Catholic Action and tons of others.

Plus Dork will be there too, hanging out and doing our thing. (Which is mostly eating from as many as the food vans as possible, tbf.)

To celebrate, we’ve a pair of tickets to give away to this year’s festival - just enter via the widget below to be in with a chance of winning.

Tickets are on sale now for just £99 (plus fees); visit leefest.org for more information. It takes place from 10th-12th August.

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