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Worship the Sun with Lomography's The Apple Cart festival Rumble!

Want to see Adam Ant, Noah and the Whale, Kid Creole, Sean Lock, Phil Jupitus, Bourgeois and Maurice and Ryan Styles in the same London park on the same day this bank holiday weekend? Well you can, if you win the Lomography rumble and get yourself and a mate tickets to this years The Apple Cart festival!

The Apple Cart is back for its second year after a hugely successful launch last summer with a fun and colourful mix that goes beyond the music. Adopting a melting pot ethos, no other event in the capital has Turner prize winners and world class magicians and alt. cabaret stars sitting happily alongside arena-filling comedians and established music legends all on the same bill, on the same day.

The Rumble:
So, how can you get tickets to this mega-fest? Well, there are two ways:

Number one: You can get 25% off your tickets if you ‘like’ Run Riots page on facebook and enter your email address.
Number two: You can win this rumble! Festivals are all about sunny days kicking back with friends in the great outdoors, so show us your best sunshine shots to win! Enter before 18:00 GMT, Friday 25 May 2012. To enter, submit your sunny analogue snaps to the Lomography photo rumble here.

The Prizes:
Two top prize winners will each get a pair of tickets to The Apple Cart festival on Sunday 3rd June courtesy of Run Riot.

The top prize winners will also get 20 Lomography piggy points each so they can stock up on film for the fest!

There will also be three runners up, who will get 5 Lomography Piggy Points each. Winners will be announced on lomography.com, but will also be contacted by email by Wednesday 30th May so you have time to pick your friend and choose your flip-flops and shades combo!

So, dig out those sunshine pictures, and good luck!

 

Want to know more about the festival? Read the Run Riot interview with Tom Baker, the man behind The Apple Cart, Field Day and Eat Your Own Ears.