Barefoot wine, the official wine sponsor of Lounge on the Farm 2010, is more than a collection of award-winning wines from California. It's a way of thinking. It's about removing barriers, getting together and giving back which is why they are giving away a pair of weekend camping tickets to this year's event.
Now in its fifth year, Lounge on the Farm is said to be Kent's best music extravaganza featuring some of the finest up-and-coming as well as established music acts hosted across seven stages between Friday 9th and Sunday 11th July 2010.
Looking to discover hidden talents, this year's line-up includes a staggering collection of artists from Beardyman, DJ Yoda to Jah Wobble, Courtney Pine, Hot Club De Paris, Toots and the Maytals and many, many more. In addition, this year sees the festival's Playhouse expanded to two stages offering workshops, theatre performances and dance throughout, whilst The Solar Cinema has a fantastic line-up of alternative films.
Tickets for the festival staged in Merton Farm in Canterbury cost £95 for adult weekend camping, £45 for child (6-12) tickets and £210 for a family ticket (all prices + fees).
Epitomising Californian cool, Californian laid-back style, Barefoot wine has been a supporter of the underground music scene across the UK since its UK launch in 2007. Barefoot will be sponsoring a number of festivals throughout the summer and will be serving its light, bright and fruity wines at all the events.
To be in with a chance of winning tickets to Lounge on the Farm, simply answer the following question:
Where in the States does Barefoot originate from?
If you miss out on tickets for Lounge on the Farm, head to www.barefootwine.co.uk for a chance to win tickets to a number of Barefoot sponsored summer festivals and to find out more about Barefoot Wine.
Perhaps the easiest way to enter the competition is via Facebook (provided you are a Facebook user, that is), all you need to do is pop along to our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/allgigs), become a fan - if not already, and leave a comment answering the question, above.
Facebook winners will be notified via Facebook, so make sure your settings make you "contactable".
If you're not a Facebook user, you can enter by clicking the "Enter" link, at the bottom of this article. You will be required to enter your email, your answer to the question (above), full name and postal region.
We'll only accept entrants from the UK/ Ireland (Eire) - sorry!
The competition is a prize draw, with the winner chosen at random, which closes at midnight on Wednesday 7th July - good luck, and make sure you monitor your Facebook and email accounts on Thursday morning!