Daytripper Music Tickets on Sale Now; Ziggy Marley Interview & Escape Contest

Posted by admin on 3/27/12 in Uncategorized

If you'd rather strike your pose on the dance floor, our one-day Daytripper music tickets are on sale now, starting at just $24.50. Wanderlust Vermont, California and Whistler also will debut Moonshiner tickets -- that's our late-night party featuring booty-shakin' DJ sets that'll keep you moving deep into the night.

Whatever your scene, we've got the best Wanderlust music lineup to date locked in and ready to take you higher. From the positive reggae vibes of Ziggy Marley, the bhakti bass boom of MC Yogi, world-renowned dance party pioneers Thievery Corporation, and musical heroine Ani DiFranco, to the tripped-out electronica of Shpongle, Midnight in Paris gypsy jazz guitarist/composer Stephane Wrembel, the eclectic stylings of the art performance troop Quixotic, and rebel-rocker Michael Franti & Spearhead, there is something for everyone at Wanderlust. Click the images below to get your advance music tickets before they sell out -- and don't forget that prices will be higher at the door!


If you are interested in yoga and other activities, check out our Sage, Seeker and Pilgrim "Yoga Plus" tickets under the PURCHASE menu item. And if you're looking for an overview of what you get with each different ticket type, please visit our brand new handy ticketing grid.

SPOTLIGHT: AN INTERVIEW WITH ZIGGY MARLEY
We are honored and excited to have Ziggy Marley performing at all four Wanderlust Festivals this summer. As the fire-keeper in the great musical linage of his father Bob Marley, Ziggy's positive vibrations transcend his live performances and serve as a call to action for human rights and environmental activism. Our very own Dan Wilf had a moment to interview Ziggy about his music, and to much surprise and delight, his yoga practice. 


WL: Lots of people have called your music and lyrics inspirational, positive, and uplifting -- the same words used to describe the practices of yoga? Are you in fact a yoga practitioner?

Ziggy Marley: Yea mon, I started learning the yoga when I was just a youth in high school. The reason why I started to learn about it was because I was looking into different philosophies and ideas and doing my personal search. I found a few books in high school, and started doing the exercises, it made me feel more flexible and spiritual, you know, more comfortable in my body and things.

WL: Gotcha, I didn't even realize that you practiced yoga. Do you have a favorite pose at the moment?

Ziggy Marley: What I've been doing lately is the sun salutation, kinda stretch out that way. I do yoga whenever I feel like it and the sun salutations are a good way to stretch the whole body. I don't really follow any set poses; I just do my thing and let my body move how it wants to. You know, connecting to the natural energy, that is what I do in my yoga.

WL: Right on, that's what its all about. Meditation has long been linked to reggae music and Jamaican culture. Do you think that there are lots of parallels between reggae music and meditation?

Click here to read the full interview.

ENTER TO WIN: ESCAPE TO WANDERLUST

We've partnered with our friends at lucy™ Activewear and Flavorpill to give away the ultimate Escape to Wanderlust! It's everything you need -- tickets, lodging, flights, and even a shopping spree courtesy of our friends at lucy™ Activewear. Click here to enter.

GRAND PRIZE
- Escape to the Festival of your choice: Vermont, Colorado, or California
- Resort accommodations for two for 4 nights
- 2 round trip flights (limit $500 per flight)
- Two 4-day Sage tickets to Wanderlust
- $1,000 shopping spree at lucy™ Activewear

RUNNER UP CONTEST
Wanderlust is searching for the perfect tag line -- 10 words or less that sum up what Wanderlust is all about. If we pick your submission, you will win one 4-day Sage ticket to a Wanderlust Festival of your choice: Vermont, Colorado, or California. Submit your idea in the text box below.

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