2000tress festival are giving away a Ticket for Life to one lucky festival-goer.
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the music festival last summer, organisers commissioned a documentary about 2000trees which you can watch above.
One lucky winner will win a ticket to every future edition of the event and all they have to do is answer a few questions correctly.
To be in with a chance of winning a ticket for life, simply answer the following questions based on the documentary:
1. How many 2000trees organisers are there?
2. What are the first names of the two farmers at Upcote Farm?
3. What was the name of the first band ever to play the Cave?
4. How many Trees did Scroobius Pip count when he arrived at 2000trees?
5. The toilets were so clean that you could do what in them?
Email your answers along with your name to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of “TICKET FOR LIFE COMPETITION”.
All correct entries will be put into a hat and a lucky winner will be picked at random on 13 February.
Organisers have also offered to give the money back to the winner if they’ve already bought their 2000tress festival ticket for 2012.
2000trees festival 2012 tickets are set to go on sale on 1 February with the music festival to return to Upcote Farm, near Cheltenham from 13-14 July.
2000trees festival tickets have sold out for the last two years.
A link to buy 2000trees festival tickets will appear on Virtual Festivals when they are available.
No acts have been confirmed for the 2000trees festival line-up, but are expected to be announced in the coming months.