Q have once again got together with the good people at Snowbombing to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to the world's greatest show on snow. Taking place in the alpine village of Mayrhofen in Austria from 1-6 April, Snowbombing's soundtrack is provided by a world-class line-up of live acts including Kasabian, Example, Katy B, and Rudimental plus a DJ bill including Carl Cox, Seth Troxler, Andy C, Skream and many more.
The artists will be playing in awe-inspiring venues such as huge igloos, alpine forests, snowy plateaus and in medieval barns surrounded by 5000 fun-loving festival- goers. With mountains for a perimeter fence, over 650km of award-winning powdery pistes to explore, invigorating alpine spring air to breathe, there's always plenty to keep you entertained.
Mayrhofen is one of the biggest and best resorts in the world and will be taken over for a week-long party of hedonistic adventure and extreme sport.
The nearby Tux glacier (Austria's highest lifted point) is also only a short (free) bus ride away and is at its best in spring. Prices start from £319 per person for accommodation and all the entertainment. Go to Snowbombing.com for more details.
If you win, you and a friend will be flown out and provided with a resort transfer on 3 April. The prize also includes three nights' accommodation, equipment hire, event wristbands and lift passes. Entrants must be 18 or over.
Left, Dom Howard from Muse is taking a breather while on tour in Spain in 2006. What might be going through his mind here? Post Closing date is 15 March.
And here's the winner for Q319 from Chris Williams from Darlington who wins a pair of Pure Jongo wireless speakers for "Brian Epstein took extreme measures after the 'bigger than Jesus' incident." Other winners: Other prize winners: Craig Bullock, Uttoxeter; Harry Turner, London; John Robson, Widnes; Valerie Ganne, Llandough.
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10:05 AM | 28/02/2013
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