Win 4 X Tickets to BuggedOut Dreamland 2016

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BuggedOut Dreamland are offering one lucky winner the chance to win 4 tickets worth £180 to their one day festival in Margate's Dreamland resort this September.

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The line up features Ben UFO, Joy Orbison, The Martinez Brothers, Richy Ahmed, Skream as well as a DJ set from Groove Armada. BuggedOut have excelled themselves with the location, based in the Kent seaside resort of Margate it's set in the Dreamland theme park. You're not just soaking up the great views and enjoying world class music, you get to frolic on theme park rides all day long! You can find the full line up and info on their website.

The best festivals work when the organisers really care about giving people a good time and BuggedOut are known for their attention to detail. There's no doubt they'll put the same love into this year's Dreamland.

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Buggedout Dreamland Line up

This festival's got so much going for it already and to top it off the line up looks like it'll provide the perfect soundtrack to a day by the sea. Groove Armada are absolute icons of the British electronic music scene. For anyone who needs reminding why they've been going for nearly 2 decades, we thought we'd jog your memory with one of their biggest tracks.

Tempted by the prospect of a day by the sea? If you're free on Saturday 24th September and want the chance to win 4 tickets to this year's festival all you have to do is click here and answer 1 simple question.

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