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Kings of Lyon in action.
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Top tribute acts are preparing to fake it in Doncaster – and you could be there.

Flash, Four Fighters and Kings of Lyon – tributes to Queen, Foo Fighters and Kings of Leon respectively – will take to the stage in Sandall Park next month, supported by a string of local bands, for a one-day Fake Festival.

And Your Star has teamed up with festival organisers to give away two pairs of adult tickets to the event.

Jez Lee, Fake Festival’s owner, said: “It’s a very proud thing to be able to say the best tributes to Queen, Foo Fighters and Kings of Leon are found in the UK.

“I have seen many tribute bands across the globe perform, and none match up the ones I have found in the UK.

“All the tribute bands we use are booked around the world to perform, illustrating their demand, and they are also highly recommended and endorsed by the real thing, so we feel lucky they are able to add us to their gig dates.”

As well as the tribute acts, the line-up for the event on Saturday, May 7, includes The Goodfellas, The 48K’s, Ginger Tom, Off The Wire and Diamond White Riots.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to Fake Festival, Sandall Park, Doncaster, on Saturday, May 7, 2016, , enter our free draw by post, email, or Twitter. The deadline for entries is noon on Thursday, April 21, 2016. Winners will be notified the following week.

To enter, send your name, address and a daytime phone number to Fake Fest comp, Jon Ball, Doncaster Star, 39 Printing Office Street, Doncaster DN1 1TP, email jon.ball@jpress.co.uk with ‘Fake Fest comp’ in the subject line and those details in the message, or follow @jon_ball33 on Twitter and Retweet any of his #StarCompFakeFest tweets – usual SNL conditions apply.

And do not worry if you are not lucky enough to win – advance tickets priced £21 for adults and £11 for youngsters aged 10 to 17 are still available from www.fakefestivals.co.uk
Entry costs £25 for adults and £15 for youngsters on the day – children aged nine and under enter for free.

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