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Win four tickets for Beat-Herder 2017

Go see Crystal Fighters, Kelis and more in Lancashire this July.
Published: 12:47 pm, May 22, 2017
Win four tickets for Beat-Herder 2017
This summer, Beat-Herder is back with a bill topped by Crystal Fighters (pictured), Kelis, Sleaford Mods, Trentemøller and Toots and the Maytals.

They play alongside Milky Chance, Lee ‘Scratch Perry, Dub Pistols, Factory Floor, Let’s Eat Grandma, Shy Luv and loads more.

There will also be fireworks, underground tunnels, hot tubs, 
natural spring drinking water, a tattoo parlour, 
Sunday church service, a hidden swimming pool, 
taxidermy workshops, chainsaw carving and a fairground. 

To celebrate, we’ve four tickets to give away - simply enter via the widget below to be in with a chance of getting your mitts on them.

Beat-Herder will take place from 14th-16th July, at The Ribble Valley in Lancashire. Visit beatherder.co.uk for more information.

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