The quiz has now closed – see below for the answers and the winner.
Saturday 14 July 2018 sees the return of the Garstonbury music festival in East Garston (where else? See flyer below). It’s probably the biggest festival in our local area and it only happens every other year.
Buy your tickets online at garstonbury.co.uk
or get a discount price for locals at The Queens Arms in East Garston
or for a chance to WIN two free adult tickets enter our quiz below!
You needed to send your quiz answers to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Monday 25 June. In the event of a tie, one winning entry will be chosen at random. Several people did this and eight scored 100%, so a round of applause for you all. One winner was selected at random – cue the drumroll and step forward Heather Wild who wins the brace of tickets.
If you were unlucky, or didn’t enter the competition at all, some tickets are still available for this once-in-730-days event. Visit the Garstonbury website or drop into The Queens Arms in East Garston (see links above) to rectify this omission.
One, two, a one, two, three, four…
1 What cost £1 in 1970, £21 in 1987, £112 in 2004 and £238 in 2017? Tickets to Glastonbury.
2 What do Olivia Newton-John, Korni Grupa, ABBA and Ireen Sheer have in common? They all took part in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest.
3 Who was ‘a built-in remedy for Khrushchev and Kennedy’? The Killer Queen, from Queen’s song of that name.
4 In what year did Garstonbury first take place? 2014.
5 Who was born in Old Saltillo Road? Elvis Presley.
6 This year’s Garstonbury will be raising funds for East Garston Amenities and which other local organisation? Lambourn Riding for the Disabled.
7 Who was the first act at the 1969 Woodstock Festival? Ritchie Havens.
8 Which Bill Withers song has the band Uncovered (who are appearing at Garstonbury) recently recorded in aid of Racing Welfare? Lean on Me.
9 Reading Festival is twinned with a festival that takes place at the same time in which UK city? Leeds.