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White Air Ticket Winners!


White Air Ticket Winners! 

To celebrate this unmissable event’s move to a new location, the wonderful folk at White Air sent BOARDS three pairs of weekend tickets to give away, and we’ve just plucked the winners from the mountainous pile of entries received.

They are:

Kirsty Erridge, Hove
 
Clive Corder, Sheerness, Kent

Steve Howlett, Rochford, Essex


Congratulations to all three – your tickets are on the way!



What is the White Air Festival?

White Air is Europe’s premier ticketed extreme sports and music festival, and after 12 awesome festivals on the Isle of White, it moves to Brighton Beach for two nights of amazing music and three days of incredible extreme sports, such as Windsurfing, World High Diving displays from a 30m tower into a 3m pool, Thundercats, Jet Skis, Mixed Martial Arts, Scuba Diving… and lots, lots more.

At White Air’s core is a huge Urban Freesports Park with the biggest and best ramps to be seen anywhere – more than ten sports including Skate, BMX, Inline, Parkour, Mtn bike, Mtn Board, Streetboard, Streetdance, Graff jams.

When’s it happening?

September 18th, 19th, 20th 2009

So what bands are on?

The top line up includes Doves, Biffy Clyro, The Cribs, White Lies, British Sea Power and many more.

What else is there to do at the festival?

Loads – there’s over 40 sports to watch and try yourself including skate, BMX, windsurfing, Jet Skis and heaps more.

Where is it then?

The White Air site is east of Brighton Pier. Almost one mile of beach will host up to 50,000 people over the weekend. Check out the link below for more info on what’s happening, where and when…

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