Thursday, August 14, 2014

'Three Day Summer' Peace, Love & Music Giveaway!

Tomorrow marks the 45th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival! Now, do you want to take a gander as to where my upcoming book, Three Day Summer, takes place? If you said "Woodstock Music Festival," virtual love beads to you, my friend!

IN FACT...take a look at the very first page of Three Day Summer:




Does that date look familiar?!

Although my book won't be out until next year, I couldn't let this momentous anniversary pass by without doing something to mark the groovy occasion. So I present to you: the Three Day Summer Peace, Love, & Music Giveaway!

The Prizes:

Peace: This lovely sterling silver dove necklace, on a 16" chain, represents peace and the iconic emblem of the festival.




Love: Not just love, but summer love, courtesy of the wonderful The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy by Jenny Han published by none other than Three Day Summer publishers Simon & Schuster BFYR. This is the paperback boxed set of all three books.



Music: $25 iTunes Gift Card. For purchasing whatever music makes you feel young, free, and happy (whether that's Hendrix, Creedence, 5 Seconds of Summer...)


How to Enter:

Everyone gets one free entry (because how else would you celebrate the mother of all free concerts?). Other entries can be gained by following me on Twitter, Facebook, or this blog; leaving a comment on this blog telling me which three bands (past or present) you'd most like to see in a live festival; or tweeting out a link to the giveaway from the Rafflecopter form below (2 entries per day for that one).

Check out the form below for all the details! The giveaway runs from today through to Monday, August 18th (the last day of the festival).

Good luck! And, can I just say, I'm pretty excited to see what sort of amazing virtual festivals you come up with.

*U.S. entries only please.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

16 comments:

  1. I get three wishes to bring bands to a festival? Well, if you have a chance to time-travel, you really can't pass up the opportunity to nab The Beatles. And then I'd take Wilco, because they just have that perfect summery vibe to relax to. And I'll finish off with The Kinks, so that it can feel both like the '60s and like a Wes Anderson movie.

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  2. I would break all the laws of time and space to see a music festival headlined by Foo Fighters, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band with a still living Clarence "Big Man" Clemens and Danny Federici, and The Clash's original lineup of Mick, Joe, Paul and Topper.

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  3. Oooooo, this is hard!!! I have a few people/bands I would love to see in a more intimate setting, but a festival is an entirely different situation. For my festival, I definitely want Simon & Garfunkel in their prime. I saw them once (with a very good friend by my side) and I would love to have seen them at the height of their success in any type of venue! Second, I think would have to be old school Madonna. And if I'm going to go with a specific time - I think I'd have to go with "Like A Prayer" era. And thirdly, I would have loved to see Johnny Cash perform.

    That would definitely be an interesting trio of acts to see :-) Not sure if they really fit together, but I don't care, this is for me!

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  4. Oh, wow, just three?! Hmm, okay, I'd have to pick Led Zeppelin (because it's Led friggin Zeppelin!), Bob Seger ('cause man can he write a song!), and Ray Lamontagne (dude, that voice?! it does things to me!).

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    1. That is one soulful (and rockin') festival!

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  5. Well, my friend, I had just turned nine when Woodstock happened. Of course, I lived on the other side of the US, (Washington State) but I remember hearing about it on the news. :-)

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    1. Nice! It was definitely national news that weekend.

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  6. The Beatles, Amy Winehouse, and Michael Jackson!

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    1. This might just be my favorite line-up yet!

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  7. Led Zeppelin, Faith No More, The Who. Thanks for the fab givie!!

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  8. Woodstock for sure! Hendrix, Marley, Zeppelin

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