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Eric Clapton And Bryan Ferry To Rock The Countryside

Eric Clapton And Bryan Ferry To Rock The Countryside

Eric Clapton and Bryan Ferry are two of the major artists who will be appearing at the second annual Countryside Rocks festival taking place next month.

Countryside Rocks takes place in the grounds of Highclere Castle, and will be Clapton's final show in the UK in 2007.

He is likely to play some tracks from the collaboration album he made with J.J. Cale last year.

Former Roxy Music front man Ferry appears at the event, prior to starting his full UK Summer tour.

The one-day festival on May 19 also features performances from Steve Winwood and Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel.

Doors open at 4pm.

Adult tickets cost £75, under 19s are £50. There is £5 discount for Countryside Alliance members. VIP tickets, which include dinner and drinks in the Alliance’s VIP tent, are also available through the ticket hotline.

Uncut, however has a pair of tickets to giveaway!
So if you wanna see Clapton and co for zilch, all you have to do is answer the following question:

Which Beatles track did Eric Clapton play guitar on?

Email your answer to uncutcompetitions@ipcmedia.com.

Competition closes on Friday May 11. Editor's decision is final.

For tickets, click here visit www.countryside-alliance.org.uk/countrysiderocks or call 0871 919 8321


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