Win Tickets for The Specials and James at Splendour. Competition now closed.

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LocalEditorNottingham Fri 12-Jun-15 14:49:26

Two-tone legends The Specials and indie rockers James headline the Splendour festival in the beautiful setting of Wollaton Park in Nottingham on July 18 and we have a family ticket (up to two adults and two 11-17 year olds, children 10 and under go free) to give away.

Chart-topper Jess Glynne, pop queens Bananarama, Lawson, Roots Manuva, To Kill a King, The Twang, Ferocious Dog, Iris Gold and upcoming Nottingham band Amber Run are just some of the great names also on this year’s bill as Splendour delivers the perfect mix of much loved heritage acts and contemporary pop artists playing across three stages.

With children 10 and under getting in free, it's a great family summer day out with plenty to enjoy including the free kids' area hosted by Big Top Mania, featuring circus skills workshops and shows, crazy inflatables, giant bubbles and Big Bear's Big Balloon Disco. Elsewhere, the bigger and better fringe entertainment and a full line up on the comedy stage add to the festival vibe.

We have a family ticket for four to give away so, to be in with a chance to win, just tell us which Splendour act released the track ‘Ghost Town’?

Email your entry to by midnight on Thursday 2nd July. The winner will be notified on Friday 3rd July and must respond by noon on Monday 6th July to claim their prize.

Tickets for Splendour start at £20 for 11-17 year-olds and £34 for adults with a citycard. Children 10 and under go free. Available from

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LocalEditorNottingham Sat 04-Jul-15 10:25:22

Our winner has been drawn and notified. Congratulations to them and commiserations to the, many, other entrants.

Tickets are still available - via the link above.

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