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Callaway Gardens Harvest Moon Festival Tickets Giveaway



Callaway Gardens is a stunning 14000 acre garden oasis and resort located at Pine Mountain, GA that offers visitors unique attractions and shows such as the "TreeTop Adventure", a butterfly center, birds of prey show, and the world's largest azalea garden featuring both hybrid and native azaleas.








Callaway Gardens also has a private beach, two golf courses, Mountain View, a previous PGA Championship course, and Lake View, a discovery Bike Trail, five walking trails, tennis courts, plus visitors can enjoy fly fishing, and a variety of seasonal events like the upcoming Harvest Moon Festival.

The Callaway Gardens Harvest Moon Festival is a food and music extravaganza like no other! This family-friendly music festival October 6-9, 2011, features musical performances from The B-52s, The Gin Blossoms and John Hiatt, and multiple Grammy-winning Shawn Colvin and also includes Celebrity chef Claire Robinson, host of the Food Network’s popular “5 Ingredient Fix.” Tickets are $79 for advance weekend passes and Gate price during the event will be $85.

The Thursday evening Harvest Feast ($62 per person) will feature a cooking demonstration by Claire Robinson, followed by a double-bill of Atlanta musician Nic Cowan and popular recording artist Joe Purdy. Friday boasts some big names with The B-52s, Shawn Colvin, Parachute, Dread Clampitt and Allgood among the acts scheduled to appear. Saturday showcases the bulk of the musical lineup, with the Gin Blossoms, John Hiatt, Shawn Mullins, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, and Mat Kearney among the biggest names to appear on the festival’s two stages.

The four-day festival is a celebration of the harvest and of man and nature’s fruitful coexistence, combining farm-to-table foods, eco-centric vendors, cooking and gardening demonstrations, fun and educational activities for children, and of course, this unprecedented lineup of big-name bands. For tickets, information and the complete list of confirmed acts, visit harvestmoonfest.com.

The inaugural Callaway Gardens Harvest Moon Festival is definitely something to experience. Plan to stay for the festival and savor every moment. Overnight packages include tickets to the events but space is filling up quickly in the Mountain Creek Inn, Southern Pine Cottages and Mountain Creek Villas. Gather friends and family and call today to reserve a Harvest Moon Festival overnight package.

For more information, visit www.harvestmoonfest.com. For overnight reservations, call 1-800-CALLAWAY (225-5292) or visit www.callawaygardens.com. Keep up with updates for the Harvest Moon Festival at www.facebook.com/HarvestMoonFest and at www.twitter.com/HarvestMoonFst.

If you would like to win two tickets for the Harvest Moon Festival leave us a comment telling us why do you want to attend this festival. Winner will be chosen by a random drawing on  October, 4th, 2011 at 1:00pm.



Drum roll please!!! This giveaway is now closed. The winner is Frankie!!!!! Please use the email button on our site and send us your info. You have 24hrs to respond.






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