Lotusland Anniversary – Pemberton Giveaway

Right in the heart of beautiful British Columbia, one of the biggest (and well rounded) North American festivals of the year will be taking place from July 16-20th, and in light of our one year anniversary, we are giving you the opportunity to attend. Having been cancelled two years in a row and thought to have been dissolved entirely, HUKA Entertainment has brought the Pemberton Music Festival back, featuring headliners Nine Inch Nails, Deadmua5, Soundgarden, Metric, and the triumphant return of Outkast (one of the few remaining times they will play together). The lineup also includes a wide variety of hip-hop artists including Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper, Schoolboy Q and Tyler, the Creator. If you’re not into that, don’t worry; other artists include St. Vincent, Grimes, Violent Femmes, Best Coast, Girl Talk, Foxygen and others that you do not want to miss. You can even catch comedy from the Canada’s own Trailer Park Boys. We’re giving away two General Admission Tickets to one winner, with winner’s choice of camping or shuttle (transportation to and from festival not included). To help the attendees of this rad festival with which artists they should check out, LotusLand will come out with a Guide to Pemberton Music Festival, so look out. Good luck!

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