Win tickets to Global Gathering

ELECTRONIC stars The Prodigy headline the world s leading dance music festival, Global Gathering, this year and we are giving away tickets. The lucky winners will join the 55,000-capacity crowd at Long Marston Airfields in Stratford-Upon-Avon for the two

ELECTRONIC stars The Prodigy headline the world's leading dance music festival, Global Gathering, this year and we are giving away tickets.

The lucky winners will join the 55,000-capacity crowd at Long Marston Airfields in Stratford-Upon-Avon for the two day festival in July.

The prize includes camping, so you'll be able to rest in between seeing some of the world's lead DJs and dance acts.

Joining The Prodigy on the main live stage will be house legends Orbital and Aussie drum and bass stars Pendulum.


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Expect Braintree-born Prodigy head honcho Liam Howlett and co to belt out new tracks from their latest album, Invaders Must Die, plus classics like Firestarter and Smack My Bitch Up.

And heavyweight DJs Paul Van Dyk, Carl Cox, Sasha, John Digweed, Armin Van Buuren, Judge Jules and Josh Wink all play.

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Hornchurch's Andy C plays in a drum and bass tent also featuring the reunited Fabio and Grooverider, DJ Hype, Nicky Blackmarket, High Contrast and Chase & Status. Other highlights will come from dubstep dons Benga and Skream, tech house master and DC10 resident Locodice, techno guru Richie Hawtin, breakbeat duos Stanton Warriors and Plump DJs and leftfield connossieurs Tom Middleton and Radio One's Mary Ann Hobbs.

Other live performances to look out for on smaller stages include Baby D, who will undoubtedly perform their rave classic Let Me Be Your Fantasy, fellow rave stars Altern 8 and Colchester-based electro star Kissy Sell Out.

There's even a cheesy happy hardcore arena featuring the likes of Dougal and Mickey Finn.

To find out how you could win tickets to Global Gathering in July, get this week's Recorder.

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