Closing date: 11 Aug 2010
We've got a pair of last minute LeeFest tickets to give away.
The Futureheads, Does It Offend You, Yeah!, The King Blues and Jakwob are among the acts set to perform at the one day festival, which will have over 20 acts playing across two stages.
The non-profit event, which took away the Best Grassroots Festival at the 2009 UK Festival Awards, will take place at Highams Hill Farm in Bromley on 14 August having grown from organiser Lee Denny’s back garden in 2006.
This year there will also be a faux beach onsite as well as a Wonderland area which will allow ticket holders to sup shisha with the wise old caterpillar, take tea with the White Rabbit and Mad Hatter, and watch circus performing kings and queens.
Bromley's first underground Art Gallery in a disused Hayloft have brought together five amazing local artists for some special onsite live art too. This collaboration will create a huge mural, taking inspiration from the story of the festival and local history.
There are still a limited number of tickets on sale if you don’t want to risk your luck. They’re priced at £25 for the day with camping included.
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For your chance to win a pair of tickets to this year’s LeeFest, simply answer the following question correctly.
What year did Lee hold the first festival in his garden?