Penny Post is offering a pair of tickets to a gig of your choice at this year’s Marlborough Rising Music Festival 9 – 11 August!
Marlborough Rising promises a fabulous mix of talent across the weekend; Acoustic to Blues, Indie Rock to Show Tunes, Funk and Soul to Ukulele – there will be something for everyone, whether you’re 8 or 80. See more details below.
How to Enter the Competition
All you need to do is answer this question:
Who is headlining Saturday night?
Send your answer to email@example.com with the subject Marlborough Rising Competition by 10pm on Tuesday 6 August.
Please be sure to include a phone number (which we’ll only use if we need to contact you about this competition). Please also tell us in what part of the Penny Post area you live – a town or village name is all we need. Please DO NOT enter by commenting on this post using the form below.
Terms & Conditions
• The winner will be selected at random from the correct or most correct entries received and notified by email within 24 hours of the closing date (see above). Acceptance must be confirmed by email within 24 hours of the notification or we will select another winner or runner up to whom this condition will also apply. The judge’s decision in all matters will be final.
• If you’re not already a subscriber to Penny Post, by entering this competition you’re agreeing to have your email address added to our circulation list. We do not pass on information to third parties and you can opt out at any time.
• Only one entry can be accepted from any one email address.
• The winners and runners up will be put in touch with Hungerford Summer Festival organisers directly to arrange for the collection of the tickets.
Marborough Rising Music Festival
Friday 9 August
7.45pm Blues, Soul and Funk at Movida, featuring the iconic Tony O’Malley Band and Bristol-based Little Geneva
8pm A Musical Jukebox: fabulous show tunes from the West End (and plenty of audience participation) at St Mary’s.
2pm Marlborough’s Rising Talent – Marlborough Town Hall
7.45pm Acoustic and Indie Rock, in the Town Hall, headlined by Flyte (fresh from their BST Hyde Park appearance) and local stars Wilding and Ben Cippola.
Sunday 11 August
3pm George Hinchcliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain in the Memorial Hall.
The perfect way, with a glass of Pimms in hand, to close the festival!
For tickets, head to the Marlborough Rising website, pop into Sound Knowledge or pass by the Marlborough Rising Box Office on the High Street where you can also pick up a brochure.