When you play the game, you'll go on a tour of the Glastonbury
Festival site, visiting all the obvious places like the Pyramid Stage,
the Dance Village and the John Peel Stage etc.
At each area, you'll need to answer a question correctly
to collect a festie buddy.
Beware of those sneaky Radio 1 DJs, though - Jo Whiley
and Colin & Edith will be trying to fox you by offering you alternative
answers to each question, only one of which will be correct.
Thanks to us lovely folks here at bbc.co.uk/somerset,
however, you'll be able to win back extra lives by playing the various
challenges (such as Find the Toilet Roll and The Mud Slinger) which crop
up whilst you're on your tour of Glasto.
Blimey - confused yet? Play the game, and all will become
BBC Somerset Sound's Jo Phillips is your host and question
mistress - oo-er!
Here's the small print:
- You'll need the Flash
turned on in your web browser to play the game. Although you should
be able to play the game on a dial-up internet connection, it may run
very slowly. The game will download more quickly if you have broadband.
- The prizes were two pairs of tickets to Glastonbury
Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts 2007. The event will take place
between 22 and 24 June 2007. Please note that the prizes do not include
transport to Worthy Farm and that the BBC does not organise this event.
- The competition took place in two stages. The deadline
for receiving entries for the first prize draw (for one pair of tickets)
was 6am on Monday, 25 December, 2006. The winner of the first pair of
tickets is Emma Ball from East Harptree. Entries received after 6am
on 25 December 2006 were entered into the second prize draw.
- The deadline for receiving entries for the second prize
draw (for the second pair of tickets) was midday on Tuesday, 27 March,
2007. The winner of the second pair of tickets is Peter Hand from Birmingham.
- You can continue to play the game, but you will not
be entered into a competition.