Music and film go together like DJs and decks. That's why Gibson Brands – Official Provider for Sundance London 2014 – together with DJ Mag are offering one lucky reader a chance to visit the Sundance film and music festival in London this month.
Up for grabs are a pair of tickets to the UK premier of 'Under The Electric Sky', a documentary of the 2013 Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, which will be held at Sundance London on April 25th. The film goes behind the scenes at America's largest dance music festival, exploring the incredible experience of DJs and fans at the event.
But that's not all... Our winner will also receive a Stanton SCS.4DJ digital DJ system.
Containing the most advanced software on the market, the SCS.4DJ offers portability for the DJ on the move, but doesn't sacrifice quality. Its compact two-deck and mixer design comes complete with all the usual tools, along with eight effects, track analysis and a digital waveform display. Check out the specs here
All you have to do is answer this simple question to be in with a chance of winning these fantastic prizes.
Q. Which famous actor founded the Sundance Festival?
Answers to email@example.com by Friday 18th April 2014 please. This competition is open to UK residents only.
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Now in its third year, Sundance London is a celebration of film and music, spawned from the success of the internationally renowned Sundance Film Festival in the US. Taking place from April 25th – 27th at The O2, London, the festival will see the likes of Michael Fassbender and Steve Coogan on the big screen, whilst musical acts such as London trip-hoppers Archive take to the stage.
Watch the teaser for 'Under The Electric Sky' below:
Words: Ben Hindle
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