FAMILY tickets to Camp Bestival are up for grabs to celebrate the relaunch of Rob da Bank's Music Club.

The club, which music maestro Rob set up around eight years ago, provides instrument lessons, chill out sessions, workshops and live jamming for 13 to 19 year olds on the Island.

Rob said: "I could see young people were struggling with a lack of places to play and learn music.

"Schools didn't really provide great music either, so the club was set up as a monthly session where kids could drop by and learn or listen to people playing music.

"It's about giving young people the hope and confidence to pursue the industry."

Notable Isle of Wight names to come through Rob da Bank's Music Club include Marlee King, Sarah Close and rising star, Lauran Hibberd, who have all performed at Bestival and are now involved in the music industry.

The club will relaunch on Thursday, May 30 at one of Newport's live music venues, Strings.

"The club will now be in a professional venue. The kids will get to perform live with proper equipment and lighting. Some of them are just bursting to get on the stage."

Rob said he was also looking forward to the club's welcome return to Camp Bestival.

"It's very much an Isle of Wight project and it lives and breathes on the Island, but it will be nice to have a pop up version in a field in Dorset.

"We're offering five families the chance to come down to Camp Bestival to enjoy the club in a different way."

Pick up your copy of the County Press today to find out how to be in with a chance of winning the ticket.