Secret Garden Party is not like other festivals. Refreshingly free of corporate sponsorship (it’s rumoured to be funded by Lord Frederick Windsor, Prince William's cousin), it takes place in 100 acres of lush countryside near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, and boats such non-musical attractions as floating dance floors, an ever-moving stone circle, tree houses, dressing-up boxes and an “alternative Olympics”.
Running from 26-29 July, the line-up is suitably leftfield. This year’s acts include Duke Special, Echo And The Bunnymen, New Young Pony Club and Prince Buster – hardly the usual festival fare. For more information and to buy tickets visit www.secretgardenparty.com
Alternatively, you can win a pair of tickets by answering the following question.
Bruce Springsteen’s ballad Secret Garden featured on the official soundtrack album for which film?
Send your answer, together with your contact details, to email@example.com ,mentioning Secret Garden Party in the subject heading. Closing date for entries is Friday 22 June.
11:08 AM | 14/06/2007
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