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Win VIP Tickets For Leopallooza Festival

Thursday, 13 July 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

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Cornwall's Leopallooza festival returns for the eleventh time later this month and Stereoboard is giving you the opportunity to win a pair of VIP tickets to see the likes of headliners the Cribs, Gabrielle Aplin and Maximo Park, plus a string of emerging artists, in our new competition.

Taking place between July 28 and 30 at Lower Exe Farm in Week St. Mary, Leopallooza was first created by a group of friends in 2006 and has since developed a reputation as an incubator for emerging talent, with a history of booking artists just before they break into the mainstream. 

Bastille played low on the bill in 2012, before returning as headliners in 2013, while Rag’N’Bone Man played on the main stage in 2016, six months before releasing his debut album.

This year, the headliners are the Cribs, Gabrielle Aplin and Maximo Park with emerging artists such as Krrum, Keir, Modern Strangers and Samm Henshaw also on the bill. Visit leopallooza.com for the full line up.

What better way to experience the festival, than with your best friend amongst VIP luxury. The VIP tickets (also known as Golden Squirrel tickets) will give access to the whole festival, plus a backstage area with a cocktail bar, luxury toilets and showers, separate camping and exclusive performances.

Leopallooza Festival Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri July 28 2017 - WEEK ST MARY Lower Exe Farm
Sat July 29 2017 - WEEK ST MARY Lower Exe Farm
Sun July 30 2017 - WEEK ST MARY Lower Exe Farm

Click here to compare & buy Leopallooza Festival Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

To enter the competition, just leave your details below. Competition closes at midday on Friday July 21. Having trouble seeing the entry form? Click here to open the entry form in another window (All entrants must be 18+ and be able to make their own way to the festival).

Competition closed. Please check our blog to see if you're a winner!





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