Win a trip to LOLLAPALOOZA thanks to Project Almanac!


What started as a touring music festival in 1991 by Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell, Lollapalooza has become a definitively unique music experience. Today, Lollapalooza takes place every summer in historic Grant Park, Chicago, between the iconic Chicago skyline and the shores of Lake Michigan.

Lollapalooza will happen once again on July 31st and thanks to Project Almanac, you have the chance to experience this three-day cultural phenomenon, live in the flesh.

Here at George, we have a Lolly jar, filled with an assortment of sweet treats.

The concept is simple – guess the amount of lollies in the jar and answer a simple question about Project Almanac, and you’re off on a trip of a lifetime.

Below is a live stream for you to view, which will pay to keep an eye on as a few announcers here at George don’t mind a sweet little treaty now and then…

The winner will be called, live on-air on Thursday February 5th – so get your guesses in.

Project Almanac, In Cinemas January 29


Congratulations to Phoebe Stanford who took out the prize with her guess of 687 lollies!

THE LOLLAPALOOZA PACKAGE FOR TWO:

• Transfers: Return luxury airport transfers in Chicago

• Accommodation: 4 nights’ luxury accommodation in a Platinum room at the Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago (on the edge of Grant Park and walking distance to Lollapalooza) with breakfast each morning

• 1 x Go Pro Hero with Selfie Stick and head mount, delivered to winner’s hotel room

• VIP Tour of Chicago By Privately Chartered Helicopter

• High Speed Speedboat Tour of Chicago Harbor

• VIP Lollapalooza Festival Experience to include:

• 2 x VIP tickets for all 3 days of the festival (provided by Lollapalooza)

• Professionally edited movie of winner’s experience, created by a professional crew and delivered to the winner after their trip

• Full Winner Management from element

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Project Almanac

A brilliant high school student and his friends uncover blueprints for a mysterious device with limitless potential, inadvertently putting lives in danger.