Ah, music and food. Two of my favourite things. As most of my friends (and understanding husband) would probably assert, if I’m not saying “I’m hungry”, I’m usually saying “oh, I love this song”. A lot.
So, music and food together is a very wonderful thing. The folks running The Wilderness Festival obviously agree as, in addition to their lineup of lots of very nice music acts, they have also got some fabulous chefs putting on some banquets. So, along with your Anthony and the Johnsons, Mercury Rev, Laura Marling and Daniel Johnston, you also get a whole heap of Skye Gyngell and Sam and Sam Clark of Moro cooking up an absolute feast.
As Wilderness put it, the festival is “a celebration of the arts and outdoors in the wilds of England” – namely, the very pretty looking Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire. And it looks like it is going to be very lovely and a whole heap of fun.
The festival is taking place on the weekend of 12th-14th August, and the people at the festival have kindly given me two pairs of tickets to give away to readers of this blog.
So, if you fancy eating a Spanish feast whilst listening to some lovely folk music, leave me a comment on this post telling me what your ideal festival food is and why, and I might just give you a pair of tickets. Closing date is Monday 1st August.
You can find out more details about the festival here: http://www.wildernessfestival.com
Anyway, I’m hungry and also want to listen to some music, so over and out.
EDIT: the competition is now closed. I will be announcing winners later today!
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