Competition: This is your chance to win a family ticket to the Trunchonbury Festival

People enjoying Trunchonbury festival.

People enjoying Trunchonbury festival. - Credit: Archant

With the sun set to stay in Norfolk for the rest of the year, North Norfolk News is offering four families the chance to win a group ticket to this year's Trunchonbury Festival.

Dancers at a previous Trunchonbury festival.

Dancers at a previous Trunchonbury festival. - Credit: Archant

It's an opportunity for the all music lovers, young or old, to get their dancing shoes on, with family tickets including two spots for adults, two under 16s, and camping.

The Trunchonbury Festival has also now announced their full line up.

The festival held in Knapton Village will feature both signed and unsigned artists, with confirmed artists including The Dub Pistols, Storyville Mob, and Great Yarmouth's Rivers.

The three day event will offer music from every genre, featuring an acoustic stage as well as everything from funk and rock to disco acts across all the stages.

A scene from a previous Trunchonbury festival.

A scene from a previous Trunchonbury festival. - Credit: Archant

This year will also mark the Glastonbury-style festival's 10 year anniversary, which started began in organiser Steve Randell's garden.

Mr Randell, Festival Director, said: 'Trunchonbury Festival is so diverse this year hosting much entertainment on its new site. I am looking forward to having a drink in the Trunchonbury Arms watching the live lounge and listening to the amazing acts booked on the acoustic stage within this marquee.'

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To be in with a chance to win one of these family tickets, entrants simply need to 'like' the North Norfolk Facebook or Twitter page, and email with the answer to this question:

When was the first Trunchonbury Festival?

Alternatively, you can tweet us your answer by tagging @nthnorfolknews and including the #TrunchFest

Anyone can enter the competition, though under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Terms and conditions can be found on the Trunchonbury Festival website.

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