July 23, 2008 14:42

Could you write for NME.COM?

We're looking for teenage bloggers to report from Underage Festival

Could you write  for NME.COM?
NME.COM are looking for writers between the age of 14 and 18 to blog from the forthcoming Underage Festival.

The teenagers-only music bash takes place on Friday August 8 at Victoria Park in east London, and features performances from the likes of Foals, Dizzee Rascal, Glasvegas and Mystery Jets.

If you think you've got what it takes to join the NME.COM team and blog live from the festival, send an example of your writing to festivals@nme.com, mentioning 'Underage Festival comp' in the subject heading, together with your contact details.

The ultimate winner, who will be notified on or before Tuesday August 5, will receive two free passes to the festival.

Entrants should send a review they've written of a recent live show, maximum length 250 words. Deadline for entries is midnight on August 1.

Entrants must be available to blog for NME.COM in London on Friday August 8.

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