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Thursday, 05 October 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

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Stereoboard is giving you the opportunity to win tickets for you and a mate to see Lethal Bizzle, DJ EZ, Sigma and many more perform at TWSTD Festival this November.

Also set to appear over two back to back weekends at Butlins in Skegness are Hannah Wants, Disciples, Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane, My Nu Leng, Danny Howard, Riton, Holy Goof, Skepsis, Wideboys, Artful Dodger, George Kwali, Kiedko, Barely Legal and Jamie Duggan, among others. Head here for the full line up and weekend splits.

Tickets are on sale now, with each weekend, including accommodation, priced at £189 plus fees. 

TWSTD Festival Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri November 17 2017 - SKEGNESS Butlins
Sat November 18 2017 - SKEGNESS Butlins
Sun November 19 2017 - SKEGNESS Butlins
Fri November 24 2017 - SKEGNESS Butlins
Sat November 25 2017 - SKEGNESS Butlins
Sun November 26 2017 - SKEGNESS Butlins

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

To enter the competition, complete the entry form and give the correct answer to the qualifying question below. Having trouble seeing the entry form? Click here to open the form in a new window. The winners will be randomly selected and contacted via email on Friday November 10.

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