Win tickets the Gin and Disco Festival in Liverpool
This Summer, glitter-wearing gin-lovers across the UK can rejoice with the news of the Gin and Disco Festival, taking place across various venues throughout June and July, for a new festival like no other. Having already hosted a sell-out party in Chester, Liverpool is the next stop on the map, with the festivities taking place at the stunning Cunard Building on Saturday June 30th. Guests will be able to sip on their favourite tipple, enjoy live disco, soul and house music, and boogie the day away to a series of amazing DJ sets.
Situated on Liverpool’s famous waterfront, the iconic Cunard Building will be the perfect spot to enjoy a day and evening of cocktail-sipping, disco dancing and gin-guzzling, with gin bars and specially curated gin cocktail menus on offer, along with some of the best gin brands. Non-gin lovers needn’t worry, as a variety of other tipples will also be available, including everything from vodka and wine, to rum and tequila, ensuring there’s something to suit all tastes.
The ‘get down & groove’ sounds will be provided by Greg Wilson, Todd Terry, cosmic disco funksters Crazy P, Derek Kaye, The Disco Exchange, Sam White, Geddes and Gioia, plus many more who will be revealed over the next couple of days. The party sound-track will include favourite disco classics along with soul, funk and house music, from 2pm in the afternoon to 11pm in the evening, promising a whole day and evening of hip-shaking boogie beats.
Tickets are selling out more quickly than you can say G&T, but not to worry as we’re giving a group of lucky friends the chance to win 4 VIP tickets along with a delicious bottle of premium Gin. To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to email@example.com with the title ‘Gin and Disco Festival’.
Closing date: June 28, 2018
Winners will be picked at random and notified by: June 28, 2018
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