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WIN: A pair of tickets to The Big Feastival 2019

The Big Feastival returns to the Cotswolds this August Bank Holiday (23-25 August) - and you could be joining the party.

Punchline-Gloucester.com have teamed up with The Big Feastival, to offer you the chance to win a pair of Sunday tickets to this year's festival, giving you and a friend the chance to see the likes of Elbow, Jade Bird, Barns Courtney and Jonas Blue.

- See below to enter -

With music from the UK's biggest artists, Michelin star chefs live on stage, award-winning street food and an exciting programme of family entertainment, The Big Feastival has something for everyone.

Winners will have the opportunity to watch one of the most extraordinary acts in British music, Elbow close the Sunday night. Over twenty years and seven studio albums, Elbow have achieved many of the accolades that mark out a successful band, three Ivor Novellos, a Mercury Music Prize, a BRIT award for Best British Band.

Sunday at The Big Feastival will also host an incredible line up of Britain's most respected chefs. Raymond Blanc OBE will be showcasing the bold and innovative cooking alongside other culinary greats including Candice Brown, Elizabeth Haigh, Isaac Carew and Tom Brown.

Host Alex James said: "This is our eighth year and our best line up to date. Feastival continues to expand, evolve and get better every summer and we've got more new tricks, surprises and festival firsts up our sleeves for this August.

This competition closed at midnight, 10 August 2019.

By entering the competition, you agree to be subscribed to our daily e-newsletter, Punchline Daily. One entry per household. No cash alternative. Judge's decision is final. Standard Punchline-Gloucester competition terms and conditions apply.  Winners will be notified via email or telephone.

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