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Win weekend passes for you and a friend to Musicport Festival in Whitby

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This expired on 19th October 2021

Musicport in Whitby is celebrating its 21st anniversary this month, and to celebrate we’re giving you the chance to win two weekend passes to their festival

Celebrating music from diverse cultures from around the world, festival founders and organisers Jim and Sue McLaughlin are once again at Whitby Pavilion to bring you the coolest new music live.

Taking place from 22nd–24th October within the pavilion, expect all the vibes of an outdoor festival with stalls all around the edge of the main hall and food vans in the outdoor area.

This year’s line-up is spearheaded by Hungarian band Muzsikàs, Les Négresses Vertes dubbed ‘the French Pogues’, Monsieur Doumani from Cyprus, Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita. And with local acts including indie heroes Bull from York and Newcastle’s The Baghdaddies also on the line-up, there’s plenty to look forward to.

Weekend and day tickets are available now on (search Musicport 2021). Find out more at

But, to be in with a chance of getting your hands on two weekend passes, simply enter our competition below.

Enter by post: 
Send your name and contact details on a postcard to Living North, Studio 2, St Nicholas Chare, Newcastle NE1 1RJ. Mark your entries MUSICPORT.

Enter online:
Simply log in and enter using the online form liked to this competition, see below. All entries to be received by 19th October 2021.

Terms and Conditions

The tickets have no monetary value and cannot be transferred. Everyone who comes to the festival will be asked to provide evidence of a COVID pass on the NHS app or to bring the result text or email of a lateral flow test taken on each day they attend.

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