COMPETITION: Win three-day pass to United Nations Of Dub Weekender

Reporter:

Stephanie Price

THE United Nations Of Dub Weekender (U.N.O.D Weekender) is offering Rhyl Journal readers a chance to get their hands on a pair of three-day passes.

U.N.O.D Weekender is returning to Prestatyn in 2015 for another instalment of bass fuelled fun and games featuring some of the biggest artists and sound systems around.

The worlds only family friendly multi-day indoor dub, roots and reggae festival will be bringing you a steady supply of music from midday to 5am, spread over six arenas, including an indoor heated swimming pool, two 1500 capacity arenas, which will host main sound system sessions, the live P.A's and DJ sets from world class artists, as well as three Selectors Arenas, a cinema and an education zone.

Previously featuring the likes of Jah Shaka, Iration Steppas, Jah Tubbys, Young Warrior, Blackboard Jungle, Imperial Sound Army, Maasai Warrior and more, the festival will this year be bringing back the glaswegian sound system champions, Mungo’s Hi-Fi.

For your chance to win the three-day tickets (no accomodation included) just answer this question: Where did sound system culture originate? And e-mail your answer and contact details to stephanie.price@nwn.co.uk.

The festival will take place between 24 and 26 April 2015 at Pontins, Prestatyn Sands Holiday Park, Central Beach, Barkby Avenue, Prestatyn.

For more information or to buy tickets visit www.UNODweekender.com. 

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