by Michael dEstries
Categories: Contests, Music.

The 2010 Wanderlust Festival is right around the corner — and we’ve hooked up with YogaEarth, makers of nutrition products for the mind-body athlete, to offer a rocking weekend getaway prize pack.

For those not familiar, Wanderlust is a unique festival that brings together both yoga and rock ‘n roll in gorgeous Squaw Valley, California. Some of the best yoga instructors in the world will be on hand to conduct classes — as well as offer seminars on meditation and other wellness/mind and body lectures. The music lineup includes artists like Moby, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, and Brazilian Girls.

The festival runs from July 29th-August 1st — and we’ve got tickets. And more. Want to know how to win? Keep reading after the jump!

So like most contests, this one is easy to enter. Just hit this link and enter your name and email address. On July 21st, we’ll pick a winner from the entries! It’s as easy as that. Now, want to know what you’ll win?

Grand Prize

2 x Wanderlust Sage Passes ($900.00)
(Includes 4 days of yoga (3 classes / day), access to all classes and teachers, access to all music, and access to High Camp resort & cable car)

1 x Custom Lululemon Outfit ($250.00)

30-Pack YogaEarth™ Balance ($84.99)

30-Pack YogaEarth™ Vitality ($84.99)

2 x Manduka eKO Lite Yoga Mats ($84.00)

(Note: This prize pack does not include transportation to and from the festival, nor lodging. For a complete listing of accommodations in the area ((including campsites)), click here)

In addition to Grand Prize, three additional winners will also be chosen to win various prize packs. For a complete rundown of the giveaway — and to enter — jump here. Good luck!

About Michael dEstries

Michael has been blogging since 2005 on issues such as sustainability, renewable energy, philanthropy, and healthy living. He regularly contributes to a slew of publications, as well as consulting with companies looking to make an impact using the web and social media. He lives in Ithaca, NY with his family on an apple farm.

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