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With less than two weeks to go to this year’s all-inclusive music event, Chase Park Festival has a family ticket to give away to one lucky winner!

On Saturday 6th August at Chase Park, Gateshead, music fans will see Sheffield’s indie dance stalwarts Reverend and The Makers take part in what has been billed as the festival’s most ambitious gathering to date.

Other acts to join Reverend & The Makers on the Chase Park stage include Oxford’s alt. folk rockers Stornoway, Sunderland’s Barry Hyde and Ben Ottewell, the singer of 1990s indie rock legends Gomez.

Chase Park Festival 2016 will also feature Canada’s Stranger Stranger and Memphis Industries’ four-part harmony outfit The Cornshed Sisters.

If you’d like to be in with a chance of getting a family ticket – which includes admission for two adults and two children under 16 – for the event, email us at info@narcmedia.com with the answer the question below. The deadline for applications is midday on Wednesday 3rd August.

In 1997, indie legends Gomez burst onto the scene with their epic debut album, Bring It On. But what was their famous song from that album called?

A) Whippin’ Piccadilly

B) Piccadilly Tube Station

C) Going Underground

Chase Park Festival is Britain’s most inclusive festival! It is an event for people of all abilities and is the biggest open air event of its kind in the UK. The festival provides disabled people with the opportunity to be involved in an activity that most people take for granted, as well as the chance to enjoy a feel-good community event which can help improve their sense of wellbeing.

This pioneering event is family friendly, fully inclusive, free to attend for people with disabilities and tackles many of the social and cultural issues faced by people with a disability or long-term illness.

Full price tickets for Chase Park Festival can be snapped online priced from £9.

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