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Competition: Time Warp Festival, Utrecht

Wednesday 19 November 2014

To celebrate Time Warp’s 20th year throwing some of the best electronic music events across the globe, they are taking over Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, Netherlands on December 6th for their Netherlands birthday edition. And they’ve given you beaut Spindle readers the opportunity to win two free tickets. (Try not to all scream in excitement at once, we need our eardrums for the Winter Festival).

The show promises to give the audience a multi-sensory extravaganza with light shows and stage designs and the latest production techniques and it’ll be so good and so multi-sensory it makes me wish I could enter the competition.

Recently announced performances from Joseph Capriati, Henrik Schwarz, Fritz Kalkbrenner and Monika Kruse will grace the festival stages.

The tearing-at-the-seams-it’s-so-full lineup combines Dutch talents such as Egbert, Joop Junior and Detroit Swindle and DJs Sterac (aka Steve Rachmad), ROD, Nuno Dos Santos, Juan Sanchez, Job Jobse, De Sluwe Vos, Man With No Shadow, Joran van Pol and Prunk.

As well as familiar faces from international Time Warp events, including Sven Väth, Ricardo Villalobos, Chris Liebing, Pan-Pot and Karotte, will accompany DJ Tennis, Karenn, Pfirter, Matador, Maya Jane Coles and Maceo Plex.

If all of that is tickling your fancy then get on Twitter and get involved for free tix and a wonderfully wintery weekend in Utrecht. To enter the competition (apologies but you must be 18+) you must follow both @SpindleMagazine and @Time_Warp festival and tweet us @SpindleMagazine using the #SpindleTimeWarp.

The competition is for two free tickets to the festival. Travel and accommodation is not included. For more info on the festival and travel advice see here. Competition ends at 5pm on Monday 24th November where the winner will be chosen at random and contacted directly.

Words: Eliza Frost