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Published 1st May 2012



This needs to be big and bold! Has two pictures to go with it too!

COMPETITION - Fancy a chance of bagging two tickets to Bloc 2012?
Revolutionary festival being held in Olympic London on the 6th and 7th of July, with
only the best DJs and live performances. A perfect way to celebrate the end of exams!

The venue is London Pleasure Gardens, in the Royal Victoria Docks. Set
by the water’s edge, overlooked by the monolithic post-industrial
derelict buildings of Britain’s former glory, licensed until 6AM, the
Pleasure Gardens will provide Bloc with a home like no other.

To be in with a chance of winning TWO WEEKEND TICKETS simply tweet
your full name with the hashtag #blocstag2012

Look out for the full preview written by Ahad Elley in the next
edition of The Stag


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