More than 50,000 excited ticket holders will converge on Canberra this Easter to attend the National Folk Festival.
Since its inception in 1967 it's been one of the biggest music festivals in Australia, with over 200 high-quality acts set to grace the stage during the long weekend this year.
The event celebrates the world of folk music and arts and has been based at Exhibition Park in Canberra since 1992.
Headliners in 2014 include Damien Dempsey, Martin Carthy, Woody Mann and Lindi Ortega.
The Queanbeyan Age has been given two day passes, each to the value of $105 to giveaway to two lucky readers.
To be in the running all you have to do is email your name, address and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'National Folk Festival' in the subject line. Entries close at 5pm Monday, April 14.