Upping the stakes for 2006, the Metro Weekender doubles up for the first time ever to bring you back-to-back festivals in London and Cardiff spread across the August Bank Holiday Weekend, Saturday 25 and Sunday 26, August. Times Online are giving three lucky readers the chance to win VIP weekend passes for themselves and a friend.
These passes are unavailable to the general public and are thus pretty much priceless.
For a third consecutive year, Clapham Common remains the spiritual home for Londons festival fun, while over the Welsh border the glorious Coopers Field site will be the scene of Cardiffs first ever Metro Weekender. Both events promise a superb variety of live acts to round off the summer. Winners wishing to attend the London event will also get VIP access to the official afterparty at Brixton Academy, with highly rated Dutch destroyer Armin Van Buuren, Judge Jules and Ninja Cowboys, among many other acts.
To enter this competition please answer the following question.
Which 21-year-old daughter of actor Keith Allen has enjoyed a breakthrough year in the charts?
a) Lily Allen
b) Lily Savage
c) Woody Allen
Send the answer, your name, address, e-mail address and daytime telephone number to: [email protected]
. Please include the words Bank Holiday competition in the e-mail subject line. Please remember specify whether you want tickets to the London or Cardiff weekender.