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Win Free Tickets to Latitude Festival 2014

Latitude 2013 Danny North

 

 

We have an exciting competition for those who love festivals. You could win 2 adult and 2 child standard day tickets for Sunday 20th July,  for the Latitude Festival 2014, in Suffolk, England.

One of the great things about the Latitude Festival is the Kids Area, with amazing entertainment for kids all day and into the night, with everything from pond dipping and star gazing to crafting funky headdresses, French knitting and pizza making workshops, to sticker art, sculpting willow branches and giant model making. You can also watch and take part in various theatre shows, including a performance of The National Theatre’s The Cat in the Hat.

 

Latitude 2013 Danny North

Latitude 2013
Danny North

 

 

We’ve noticed that at some festivals, the kids area is pretty much geared towards little ones, and so we were impressed with the range of activities on offer, and with Latitude’s Inbetweeners’ area. Older kids can take part in music, media, fashion and technology workshops, or tackle wildlife survival skills and assault courses suspended in the trees!

 

 

Latitude 2013 Danny North

Latitude 2013
Danny North

 

 

If you’d like to enter the competition, speak to your parent or guardian and check out the entry terms below.

 

 

Enter the Competition to Win Tickets to Latitude Festival

 

Latitude 2013 Danny North

Latitude 2013
Danny North

 

Latitude Festival is all about being creative, as the Kids Area Programme shows. Creativity doesn’t just mean drawing or painting… it could be dance, or acting, comedy or sculpture.

 

Ask your parents to send us a photo or video of your creative endeavour, via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, tagging @jumpmag and using the hashtag #JumpAtLatitude.

 

 

The closing date for the competition is Friday 4th July. The amazing Catherine Bennett has agreed to judge the competition. You can read more about the totally normal superstar Catherine here.

We will announce the winner on Monday 7th July.

 

 

Information for Parents

 

Latitude 2013 Jenna Foxton

Latitude 2013
Jenna Foxton

 

 

Latitude returns to the idyllic grounds of Henham Park for a stunning ninth edition from 17th – 20th July 2014. The festival was voted ‘Line Up of the Year’ in 2013, ‘Best Family Festival’ of 2012 and is firmly established as the UK’s favourite multi-arts destination. With bespoke performances set across the Suffolk site, Latitude presents a festival experience like no other, carefully curated so that culture lovers can enjoy performances by leading artists from the worlds of music, theatre, dance, literature, film, comedy, cabaret, poetry, fashion and art, all over one weekend.

With a reputation for giving bands their first festival headline appearance, Latitude features everything from installations to theatre previews, huge comedy acts to late night parties In The Woods and all that’s in between.

 

 

Terms and Conditions of the Competition

 

The prize is 2 x adult tickets and 2 x child tickets for Sunday 20th July – see the Latitude 2014 – Terms and Conditions for details.

Please be aware that the CHILD ticket is for children aged 5 – 12 years. Proof of age may be requested by Latitude Festivals. 

 

Closing date for the competition is Friday 4th July 10pm GMT

The winner will be notified by Monday 7th July. Prize must be claimed by Wednesday 10th July. 

To enter the competition, tag Jump! Magazine on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with a photo or video of your child’s creative endeavours. This photo may be shared on Social Media, and on the website, both by Jump! Magazine and by Latitude Festival. Please tag the post #JumpAtLatitude so we don’t miss it! 

 

Featured image by Danny North

Lynn Schreiber

Founder and Editor at Jump! Mag
A freelance writer, who lives and works in Scotland with her family and fluffy white dog.

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3 Comments

  1. 1

    Have entered via twitter but thought it was the Lattitude Festival in Ireland – we wouldn’t be able to go to Suffolk 🙁

    • 2

      Oh, sorry about that. Didn’t realise there was one in Ireland too – we’ll make sure we add that in our tweets.

  2. 3

    I like the sound of this festival, looks like good fun

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