Giveaway: Sacred Rose’s Hippie Spirit Will be Taking Over the Seatgeek Stadium Campus in August

We are in the middle of festival season and there are so many fantastic gatherings going on this year! One of the new ones is Sacred Rose, a throwback to the counter-culture fests of yesteryear. it's been a while since Chicago has had such a hippie-leaning festival with a fair amount of eclectic tunes filling its lineup. The fest will be taking place August 26-28, just outside of Chicago in Bridgeview at the Seatgeek Stadium Campus (and spoilers: we're giving away a pair of 3 Day Passes)!

Sacred Rose is really tackling a laid-back and chill feeling with the multifaceted genres represented at their inaugural fest. You're obviously getting some of that jam band flavor from the likes of Umphrey’s McGee and Phil Lesh & Friends (friends like of Jeff Tweedy, Nels Cline, Stu Allen, Elliot Peck, John Molo, Karl Denson, Grahame Lesh, and Jeff Chimenti). The more psychedelic and experimental indie rock crowd won't be left out with Khruangbin, Animal Collective, and Yves Tumor guiding you through their immersive sounds. If you're looking for a jazzier time, the immensely talented Kamasi Washington will be there to transport you to his entrancing instrumental (emphasis on mental) realm. and let's not forget the Americana, soul and funks acts that are overflowing in the excellent lineup. You can check out the full lineup and schedule below or at the Sacred Rose website.

Three-day tickets are still available for GA ($221 for Tier 2 to $271 for Tier 4) through VIP ($480). Single-day GA and VIP passes are also available from $99 to $182. Get your tickets and experience this wonderful festival! And be sure to follow Sacred Rose's socials on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

We're also giving away a pair of 3-Day passes to the festival! Just send us an email using the handy form below with a message letting us know who you're most excited to see at the inaugural Sacred Rose! You have until July 26 at 12noon CST to enter! The winner will be contacted shorty after.

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Julian Ramirez