Vodafone is giving away two free tickets to next year's Reading Festival, it has been reported.
The broadband provider took to micro-blogging website Twitter to advertise its latest competition, which will also see a signed guitar from this year's staging come up for grabs.
One of the biggest and longest-established UK music festivals, Reading regularly attracts many of the top rock and indie bands on the planet.
Famous performances of years gone by include Nirvana's UK swansong in 1992 - which saw Kurt Cobain wheeled onto the stage in a straightjacket - and a shambolic Stone Roses turn at the 1996 festival, which propelled the group into a 15-year hiatus.
This year, 80s goth legends The Cure, Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters and Leicester rockers Kasabian topped the bill, wowing crowds approaching 100,000 fans at the Berkshire site.
And next August, Vodafone customers could find themselves right at the centre of the action at Little John's Farm.
The broadband provider is giving one lucky competition winner and their guest a free pass for Reading 2013.
In order to stand a chance of winning, subscribers simply need to log in to the broadband provider's website and enter the free prize draw.
The closing date for entrants is November 5th 2012.