Small is definitely beautiful, find out why by winning two tickets to this intimate festival in Kent
The organisers of Apple Tarts have kindly offered up two pairs of tickets to their festival, now in its second year and happening this Sunday. Apple Tarts is a 250 person festival that takes place on an apple farm in deepest Kent (well, Faversham) and the organisers of it wrote an article for us a while back.
With an attitude that festivals are about getting over-friendly with strangers and getting wonky, it all takes place in one field whilst camping is in this adjoining orchard.
Their main tent, The Big Apple, has a selection of the best local and London acts, including Niltones, City Shanty Band, Some DJ, and comedy from Late Night Gimp Fight.
The festival opens at 1pm on Sunday, and you can expect to be given cocktails on arrival, find presents hanging in the trees and a bonfire at midnight.¬† At 2am local council rulings dictate that the music has to finish, but a headphone disco will keep going for as long as people are dancing.¬† The site then closes at 1pm the next day, with food and the bar being open until then.
If you fancy a pair of tickets to this festival that is the very definition of intimate and unlike any you will have ever been to, just send an answer to this question to david@appletartsfestival/owen@sabotagetimes :
Who famously conjured up the Universal Law Of Gravitation after being struck on the head by a falling apple?
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