CONTEST: Win Wanderlust Festival Tickets!

If you’re like me and you love Girl Talk, Jenny Lewis, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Broken Social Scene, Spoon, yoga and nature, then the Wanderlust Festival is the summer festival for you. It takes place July 24-26 at Squaw Valley, and features tons of great bands, a bunch of famous yogis, and sweeping views of Lake Tahoe and surrounding mountain ranges. (Watch the above promotional video for samples of all of the above.)

And get this: They gave us some tickets to give away! So, whomever writes the best haiku about wanderlust the concept wins a pair of Wanderer Tickets — which means access to all music stuff all weekend long. Also, all attendees get to ride some kind of ski lift on the way to the main stage! Badass!

Bonus points to anyone who also submits a decent Girl Talk-Jenny Lewis mashup (or mashup idea). Winner will be decided one week from right this second, so take your time.

The Wanderer Ticket is a $124.50 value, and single-day tickets can be had for a bit cheaper, but really any amount is worth it to see Jenny’s drummer Barbara make some mean faces.

Buy tickets here.

Check out the full lineup here.

Follow the festival on Twitter here.

20 thoughts on “CONTEST: Win Wanderlust Festival Tickets!”

  1. Downward dog at Wanderlust festival?
    Inflexible! I rock, then roll
    down the mountain, towards Kitchell.

  2. Squaw Valley or Bust
    Summer Music Yoga Bliss
    WanderLust Kana

    Mission Mission, Respect your Haiku request.
    All else – you haiku?

    A Haiku is a from of Japanese poetry, consisting of 17 moras, in three metrical phrases of 5, 7, and 5 moras respectively. Haiku typically contain a kigo, or seasonal reference, and a kireji,

    An example of Kireji is used in the haiku above.
    kana: emphasis; usually can be found at a poem’s end, indicates wonder.

    I lust for Wanderlust…

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