Calling all festival fans! If you fancy spending a Sunday in the company of chart-toppers McFly, Radio1 DJ Adele Roberts and comedian Rosie Jones, then we’ve got just the thing for you.
Taking place at Omeara London and curated by TV presenter Fearne Cotton alongside breast cancer charity CoppaFeel!, Festifeel will be celebrating it’s 11th year on 18 September.
The bad news is, if you thought there was still time to get your hands on a ticket, then you’re out of luck, as the must-visit event was sold out within hours of being announced last month.
However, the good news is that as sponsors for this year’s Festifeel, Metro.co.uk has three pairs of tickets to give away to six lucky readers.
To be in with a chance win, simply click here – but be quick, as the competition closes on August 31, 2022.
Talking about the event, which has more acts still to be announced, Fearne says, ‘Festifeel is a really important marker in the CoppaFeel! calendar for everyone. Mainly because it is a chance to really celebrate and come together, and music is the perfect way to do that.
‘It brings people together in the same space, where they can let go, have fun and and dance – but always with an undercurrent message, which is to check your chest.
‘It’s a simple message but one that we all need to be told many times over, so it becomes a regular practice. And there’s no place like Festifeel to put that message into people’s minds.’
CoppaFeel! was first set up in 2009, by Kris Hallenga and her sister Maren, after Kris was diagnosed with incurable breast cancer at just 23, after finding a lump in her breast at 22.
In 2011, Fearne joined the charity as an ambassador and has been helping put together their one-day festival – which has included Tom Grennan, Basement Jaxx and Fleur East as past performers – ever since.
Metro.co.uk joins forces with CoppaFeel!
This year Metro.co.uk are the proud sponsors of breast cancer charity CoppaFeel!’s music festival Festifeel, specially curated by their patron, Fearne Cotton.
Taking place on Sunday 18 September at London’s Omeara, the line up includes headliners McFly, comedian Rosie Jones and Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts.
To find out more about CoppaFeel! click here, but in the meantime, here’s three simple steps from the charity to get you started on your chest-checking journey:
- Look at your boobs, pecs or chest.
- Look at the area from your armpit, across and beneath your boobs, pecs or chest, and up to your collarbone.
Be aware of any changes in size, outline or shape and changes in skin such as puckering or dimpling.
- Feel each of your boobs, pecs or chest.
- Feel the area from your armpit, across and beneath your boobs, pecs or chest, and up to your collarbone.
Be aware of any changes in skin such as puckering or dimpling, or any lumps, bumps or skin thickening which are different from the opposite side.
Notice your nipples
- Look at each of your nipples.
Be aware of any nipple discharge that’s not milky, any bleeding from the nipple, any rash or crusting on or around your nipple area that doesn’t heal easily and any change in the position of your nipple.
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