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Win tickets to Ealing Summer Festivals

Around Ealing and Ealing Summer Festivals have teamed-up to give away 12 tickets to readers in a competition.

There are three chances to win, because three lucky entrants will be able to win one of the following prizes:

  • Four tickets for Ealing Comedy
  • Four tickets for Ealing Blues
  • Four tickets for Ealing Jazz.

There is lots of fun in store for those people lucky enough to win the tickets.

Produced by The Event Umbrella on behalf of Ealing Council, the Comedy, Blues and Jazz festivals are an intrinsic part of the musical and comedic history of the area and bring the great British festival experience to your doorstep with side-splitting comedy, music for dancing and chilling to, cold drinks and amazing street food.

All three events are held in Walpole Park, in central Ealing. The comedy is hosted in a single Big Top main stage with seating, while the blues and jazz festivals bring use the covered big top main stage, an open air stage and plenty of kids’ activities and workshops to keep the small ones entertained.

Find out more on all three events, and buy tickets, on the Ealing Summer Festivals website or read our preview article.

How to enter the competition

To stand a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer the following question correctly and send your answer in by email to hello@theeventumbrella.com by the deadline of 11.59pm on Friday, 15 July (2022).

Question: What year did Alexis Korner open the Ealing Blues Club?

Make sure the subject line of your email is ‘ESF competition’. Once the deadline has passed, three winners will then be randomly drawn out. Only the winners will be notified – and these must respond by email in a stated period of time, or alternative winners may be drawn in their place. Names of winners may appear on the Ealing Summer Festivals website or on this website. Employees of Ealing Council are excluded from the competition and may not take part. No monetary alternative is available.

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