WIN! Tickets to see top DJs and dance acts at Dance Island

PUBLISHED: 10:22 15 May 2009 | UPDATED: 09:03 02 June 2010

DJ Dave Pearce, who will perform at this year's Dance |sland

DJ Dave Pearce, who will perform at this year's Dance |sland

MORE than 60 top DJs and live dance acts will perform at the second annual Dance Island music festival – and we have four pairs of tickets to give away. Chicane, Pendulum, Utah Saints, BBC Radio 1 s Kutski, Dave Pearce, Danny Rampling, Altern8 and SL2 are

MORE than 60 top DJs and live dance acts will perform at the second annual Dance Island music festival - and we have four pairs of tickets to give away.

Chicane, Pendulum, Utah Saints, BBC Radio 1's Kutski, Dave Pearce, Danny Rampling, Altern8 and SL2 are just a few of the acts performing at the festival, in Stretham, near Ely, on July 4.

Tickets are now on sale and organisers expect about 10,000 people to attend.

The event was nominated for the Best Dance Festival at the 2008 UK Festival Awards and celebrates more than 20 years of dance music.

A Dance Island spokesman said: "Dance Island 2009 has, once again, raised the bar and is bringing together some of the world's best DJ and live dance acts representing three different eras over the last two decades."

To be in with a chance of winning one of four pairs of tickets to Dance Island, answer this simple question:

Which BBC Radio 1 DJ is performing at Dance Island?

Answers on a postcard to: Cambs Times/ Wisbech Standard Dance Island competition, Tiger Promotions, PO BOX 262, Ely, CB7 9EG or email: info@dance-island.com

Standard tickets are £42.50 and VIP tickets are £67.50 and available at www.dance-island.com, selected HMV stores and by calling 0870 020 1599.


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