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April 2020
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Kendal Calling have launched the Kendale Trail, a charity pub crawl with a doozy of a prize

Fans could win four weekend tickets, a £200 bar tab and a bar at the festival renamed after them.
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Published: 4:48 pm, March 06, 2020
Kendal Calling have launched the Kendale Trail, a charity pub crawl with a doozy of a prize

Kendal Calling have launched the Kendale Trail, a charity pub crawl in which a fan could win four weekend tickets, a £200 bar tab and a bar at the festival renamed after them.

The route travels through 25 venues across Manchester, Wigan, Ormskirk and Kendal, with 10p from each pint of ‘Kendale’ beer going to Guide Dogs for the Blind.

The festival explains: "To be in with a chance of winning, pick up a limited edition Kendale beer mat from one of the Kendale pubs, collect six Kendal stamps and send us a photo of your fully stamped beer mat on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or via email at hello@kendalcalling.com

"There are six unique Kendale stamps available from certain pubs on the trail, named after six artists performing at the festival – Supergrass, Stereophonics, Foals, Primal Scream, Blossoms and Dizzee Rascal. To find out where to get your stamp, use our pub finder and look out for the artist stamp next to the pub name!"

To find the pub locations, and for more information, visit kendalcalling.co.uk/kendaletrail.

This year's Kendal Calling will take place from 30th July - 2nd August at Lowther Deer Park in The Lake District. Bands playing include Foals, Stereophonics, Supergrass, Primal Scream, Blossoms, Pale Waves, Easy Life, Marika Hackman, The Magic Gang, Sundara Karma, and The Murder Capital.

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