Win Tickets: Wildwood Revival at Cloverleaf Farm, Saturday, July 19

The Whigs

The first-ever Wildwood Revival happens this Saturday at Cloverleaf Farm just outside of Athens, and features music from The Whigs, The Whiskey Gentry, The Deslondes and a bunch more “The” bands sure the satisfy your folk and Americana fix. Plus: food, art, camping and much more.

We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away. To enter, tell us in the comments below why YOU deserve to go for free. We’ll choose a winner today at 3:30 p.m., so make sure to check back.

From this week’s paper:

For many, the concept of a music festival becomes less attractive with age; standing all day in the hot sun in a dusty sea of substance-addled 20-year-olds with $5 bottles of water as one’s primary means of hydration is not an entirely appealing option to those who have crossed the drunken college student/working adult divide.

But a handful of smartly curated boutique events have sprung up across the country in recent years which aim to provide a festival atmosphere without the unpleasantries and which eschew the typical waste-heavy experience for a more eco-friendly model.

Read the rest of our feature.


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