The Love Not Riots campaign are have announced a chance to win prizes, just by supporting the cause.
As previously reported by NME.COM, the Love Not Riots campaign aims to stop the violence that has affected the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals in previous years.
For a chance of winning, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the title heading: “Crazy competition” with photos showing you wearing the Love Not Riots badge, T-shirt or vest top and the funniest one will win a prize and have a picture posted on their website.
For the various ways of obtaining the Love Not Riots merchandise, click on lovenotriots.com/clothingbadge and find out how.
”The competition aims to keep awareness and interest of the campaign at the forefront of people’s minds after the festival,” co-organiser Zena Gardner told NME.COM. “By keeping people reminded of the campaign they will remember to send us feedback via the website on how successful they think the improvements to campsites and entertainment and the campaign itself were this year.”
She added that the campaign can also influence the festival’s future efforts to provide late night entertainment for fans after the band’s finished.
“Next year we may have the opportunity to return as ‘the voice of the fans’,” she explained. “Hopefully we can look at this year’s feedback and suggestions on how fans want tackle the problem.”
Badges for this year’s campaign will also be available on site this year via NME‘s signing tents.