Your chance to win tickets to the Fake Festival in Lichfield

The Lichfield Fake Festival is giving people the chance to experience the sounds of Queen, Oasis and Coldplay in a huge marquee.



Beacon Park will welcome three of the UK’s finest tribute bands on August 16 – and we’ve got three pairs of tickets to give away.

“The atmosphere is always electric at Fake Festivals, and this one will be no different,” explains organiser Lee Storey, “This will be our second visit to Lichfield on the tour, and we can’t wait to get the tent rocking.

“It’s a great opportunity to see some of your favourite bands without the high price tag or having to travel too far.”

One of the headlining bands will be Coldplace, who travel the world delivering their true likeness to the Coldplay stage show.

“Make sure you stick around for these guys, as they are bringing the full Coldplay laser light show to the Fake Festivals stage,” Lee added.

Performing alongside Coldplace will be Supreme Queen and Oasish, as well as five local support bands.

“Not only will festival-goers be able to see their favourite bands perform, but they will also have a chance to meet them as they wander around the marquee,” Lee said. “Fake Festivals really does get you closer to the music and the people.”



How to win

To be in with a chance of winning one of our pairs of tickets simply send an email to with your name, address, contact details and the subject line ‘Fake Festival competition’ before midnight on Friday (August 9, 2014).

If you aren’t lucky enough to win, tickets can be purchased for £20 adults, £10 for 10 to 17-year-olds or £50 for a family ticket. To book visit or go to:

  • Lichfield Tourist Information, Market Square
  • The Feathers Inn, Lichfield
  • Party Box, Burntwood
  • Whimiscal, Hednesford

With the success of last year’s tour, Fake Festivals will also be hosting the free Big Fake Festival, three days of live music with 18 world-class tribute bands. Ticket-holders to the Lichfield festival need to register their ticket early online to guarantee entry to this free event.

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