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Last call for entries to One Love Festival...

Supajam gives away three slots at the UK's top Reggae and Dub festival.

There are 4 days left to enter Supajam's Fast Track to One Love competition, as the deadline is 00:01 on June 10th. (We're also giving away free tickets to the festival right here.)

If you, or anyone you know, are part of a Reggae/Dub group, band or collective then you'd be a stinking moron to not try and bag a slot on this festival. It takes place on 16th-18th August at Damyns Hall Aerodrome in Upminster, Essex and is going to be one of the most sizzlin' parties of the Summer.

In the past, legends such as Julian Marley, Freddie McGregor and Eric Boothe have graced the One Love stage. This year, our winner will be joining a line-up that features headline slots by the seminal U-Roy, and Black Uhuru, who won the first ever Grammy award for Reggae back in 1985. This is on top of over 100 other artists who will also be sending out the finest vibes all across the festival.

Elsewhere at the Festival, an extra stage has just been added and will be where our competition winners feature. The Soul Adventures stage has been described by One Love Festival as "a live stage for talented bands that would not of had the opportunity to perform otherwise on our main stage due to time and space restrictions. We have called the new stage Soul Adventurers as music is always seeking new outlets and expressions and we are very happy to support this." So technically, you'd be part of history. 

We have three slots to give away (one for each day), with a combination of judging and public voting deciding who will be granted the keys to One Love Heaven! In the interest of fairness, our judges will be listening to every single entry to make sure nobody slips through the cracks. 

Enter the competition HERE

More information on the festival HERE.

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