Win VIP tickets to Sonisphere and Wakestock 2012 with goCarShare

Those very clever people at goCarShare have created a fab competition for all ‘goCarSharers’ to win VIP Festivals tickets for Sonisphere and Wakestock 2012. We are proud of our continuing involvement with these two excellent festivals, which statistically are leading the way in goCarSharers in 2011 thus far.

By capturing your favourite goCarShare festival moments on video and uploading them to the goCarShare Facebook site at, you will have the chance to bag yourself AND all the occupants in the car, some very special tickets. The winning video will be the one with the most ‘likes’ by September 30th, with the lucky peeps being announced the following week. The winning video clip will then be used to form a video montage for ‘The Summer of goCarShare 2011.’
Recent notable developments to goCarShare include an add on that lets you see which festivals your friends are travelling to, and the ability to make plans to share car journeys with your social network directly.
New integration with Twitter means that fans following festivals will be the first to hear about new car share request increasing and can scan for users who like similar music.
As founder Drummond Gilbert states ‘Everyone can see that this is a great way to save money and help the environment, what we are trying to emphasise is that car sharing is also a fun way to travel and will make an awesome start to your festival weekend.’
Sonisphere 2012 early bird tickets are now on-sale for a limited time at 2011 prices and come bundled with a FREE exclusive Sonisphere t-shirt. Don’t miss out – get yours now at

goCarShare FestivalFact File:
Reading and Leeds Festivals and The Big Chill and are offering people who car share to festivals the chance to be upgraded to VIP Tickets to this year’s events.
The Secret Garden Party has commissioned a giant map on site which people can request rides on at the festival. SGP are also introducing an empty car seat tax of £2.50 per seat.
Over 50 top festivals have signed up including: Glastonbury, Reading, Leeds, Latitude, The Big Chill, Rockness, The Secret Garden Party, Edinburgh Fringe, Relentless Boardmasters, Lounge on the Farm, Glade and Truck.

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