Win a Family Festival Ticket!
We’re delighted to give away a family ticket with camping to the multi award winning Glas-Denbury festival!
Devon’s multi award winning family friendly festival Glas-Denbury will be welcoming the legendary Motown Queen Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, who will be headlining on Friday 6th July, and the Legends of disco The Real Thing headlining on Saturday 7th July, alongside for the first time, an almost 100% South West based line up of artists.
We’re tying Shades Day and this year’s festival theme, Disco Rainbows, together for your chance to win the family festival ticket!
To enter, simply tell us which dancing queen is wearing her shades in the picture below?*
*Terms and Conditions apply.
Competition closes at 23:59 on Friday 18th May.
Recently awarded a Bronze in the South West Tourism awards for Festival of the Year 2017/2018 and a Silver in the Visit Devon Tourism awards for Festival of the Year 2017 Glas-Denbury is approaching the world of festivals in a more family inclusive, colourful way with a nod to the festivals of yesteryear.
Glas-Denbury’s ethos is providing a “Platform for Passion” and giving opportunity to new talent, whether that be in music, the arts or business.
Being South West based, Glas-Denbury is all about the people and all about the South West. It features 7 stages of arts across it’s beautiful site in the midst of the rolling Devon hills, including the BBC Introducing stage hosting a selection of the most talked about SW artists around.
The Glas-Denbury fields sing to the sound of Poetry, Entertainment, Cabaret, workshops, activities, learning opportunities and the Free Harmony Area with therapists, yoga, acro and more.
The festival is a collaboration of likeminded people and organisations who come together to create a colourful, happy, safe event suitable for all ages.
The whole event is self-funded, using 100% South West suppliers, food and drink with a line up of almost 100% artists, entertainers and workshops – this festival champions it’s surroundings and the people of the South West in bucketfuls.