You could win a fantastic night out at Kew the Music, complete with luxury picnic and overnight stay in The Cavendish London. One lucky winner will get a pair of tickets to the night of their choice, a picnic for the evening, accommodation and breakfast for two at the 4 star deluxe hotel (courtesy of Superbreak), and £100 travel expenses. Five runners up will also receive a pair of tickets to the Kew the Music concert of their choice.
Kew is delighted to announce the full line-up for Kew the Music 2013, in partnership with John Lewis. Opening this year’s festival is the iconic Blondie, followed by electro pop icons The Human League and Howard Jones. Next up is ‘Modfather’ Paul Weller, boogie-woogie king Jools Holland and pop princess Leona Lewis. Folk sensation Bellowhead will play us out on Sunday evening, with the help of the inimitable Billy Bragg. From punk and pop to folk, jazz and blues, there’s something for everyone in this year’s unique line-up.
For your chance to win, just answer the question below. Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at midday on May 27 2013.
The Garage in Islington has been a mainstay of London’s music scene since 1993, hosting bands such as Oasis, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Radiohead and more. Following a recent change of ownership to the DHP Family (the guys behind Oslo in Hackney), the whole venue has been revamped with a view to maintaining its title as one of the city’s landmark music venues. The Garage itself has a capacity of 600 and has been restored to its former glory with a state-of-the-art soundsystem and a fully refurbished bar area. There’s some decent food offerings on site as well with the newly kitted out General Store and even a cheeky night club tucked upstairs, renamed Thousand Island, decked out with mirrorballs galore.
Venue says: “Deliric x Silent Strike at The Garage, Saturday July 1.”