With Christmas just around the corner and the year coming to an end it’s probably time to think about giving back to those who have supported you throughout 2018. The holidays are the perfect time to show your appreciation and gratitude with some fun festive giveaways or limited edition products. Here are a few ideas to help you out.
If you’re a well loved band or artist then chances are you’ve received a fair few letters and notes from loving fans. If you’re inundated throughout the year then it’s understandable that you won’t be able to response to every since one, however Christmas is the perfect opportunity to send off some cards to show just how much you appreciate their kind words. Pick some fans that regularly write or continue to show their support, real fans will treasure a handwritten letter or even some free merchandise if you’re feeling generous.
Merchandise is a firm favourite amongst fans, jumpers, hats and mugs go down a treat and Christmas is the idDecember 01, 2018
The Popular EDM festival Tomorrowland has launched a competition to win a Golden Ticket package to the festival, which is set to run on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July in the city of Boom in Belgium.
The Golden Ticket package includes Comfort Passes for both weekends for the winner and three friends, as well as 10 nights in the Tomorrowland Theme Hotel, a “magical” week between both weekends – including a detox day, a “Belgian Journey” and activities in Antwerp and Bruges – food in the Tomorrowland restaurants, TML By Tomorrowland fashion items and free drinks.
This year's theme is a quirky circus theme and the festival will have mystical dancers and Tarot readers, hot air balloons, aerial ballerinas, jesters, cabaret performers, and performances from Armin Van Buuren, Eric Prydz, Paul Van Dyk and more.
To enter, all you have to do is post aJune 28, 2017
WILD LIFE Festival has recently announced HenryJ as the winner of its social media DJ competition.
The event created by Disclosure and Rudimental ran the competition on its Twitter channel stating that the winning DJ would be given a Saturday slot at the festival.
All entries were shortlisted by a panel of local music experts based in Brighton and then the final winner was chosen by Kopparberg UK and Disclosure.
The winning DJ HenryJ, real name Henry Gunter from Shoreham, is a University of Sussex student and will be performing on the new Kopparberg Urban Forest Stage amongst exciting acts such as Gerd Janson,, Horse Meat Disco, Low Steppa, DJ Zinc, and Kideko on 10th JunJune 02, 2017