Folkfest 2013 VIP Ticket Giveaway!

Music, art, and craft beers: need we say more? Creative Clay’s annual Folkfest St. Pete is a festive institution of the ‘Burg this Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 2nd and 3rd). Back on the street by popular demand (1114 Central Ave.), this year brings in a plethora of local artists and musicians like Rebekah Pulley and Freelow, and beyond, like the Congress from Denver, and Birds of Chicago.

Bring the kids, too! They’ve got art projects, wildlife demonstrations and other cool stuff to do while the adults do their thing. Lots of fun for everyone, and we’ve got five VIP passes to share with fellow fans of the Burg. Sign up below for a chance to win!

Admission to the event is free, but VIP passes are certainly worth your while. VIPs are ensured a spot in the exclusive VIP viewing area, two drink tickets, $1 off all Beer and Sangria purchases, a swag bag, passes to the Birds of Chicago Saturday night at Ferg’s with prime seating, one free drink and snacks! There’s even a VIP Continental Breakfast either morning, from 10-11:30am in the Creative Clay studio. One day passes are $50, two-days are $75.
Here’s the musical line-up:

Saturday, November 2nd
10am – Jeremiah Hutchison (classic blues)
11am – Talk To Mark (alternative rock)
12:20pm – Dean Johanessen (Gypsy Folk)
1:50pm – Rebekah Pulley & The Reluctant Prophets (Alternative Folk)
3:30pm – Stumble Creek Station (Bluegrass, Americana)
5pm – The Congress (funky, soulful, rock & roll)
7pm to 9pm – Anne McCue (Australian by way of Nashville, rock, country, folk!)
Sunday, November 3rd
10am – Hiroya Tsukamoto (solo guitar, new age)
11am – Danielle DeCosmo (Alternative Folk)
12:20 – Amandla Tunesmith (World Beats)
1:50pm – Freelow (reggae, folk, jam band)
3:30pm to 5pm – Birds of Chicago (Americana, Folk, Alternative)

You, our fine friends of the ‘Burg, have five chances to treat a date to a TWO-DAY VIP PASS for free! Just fill out the form below. The 1st, 10th, 20th 30th and 50th name entered below will win a pair!

If you don’t win, but still want to be treated like a Very Important Person, passes are available for purchase here, and very worth your while.

The contest is closed. Thanks for playing, and remember to
watch this space for more chances to win.


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Written by Brian Bailey

Brian Bailey is the founder and editor of I Love the Burg and That's So Tampa. In addition to regular contributions to each blog, he's been featured as a commentator to Bay New 9, The Tampa Tribune, The Tampa Bay Times, The Tampa Bay Business Journal and The Business Observer as well as national outlets including The Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal. Bailey also serves as the CEO of, a Tampa Bay-based digital agency.