Big Guava Festival Three-Day, Two-Ticket Giveaway

Have you seen the lineup for the Big Guava Festival? Like really taken a nice, long look? It's incredible.

If you can divert your eyes from the word "Outkast," then you'll see other acts that are certain to make everyone you know jealous if you attend the concert and they don't: like Vampire Weekend (your little frat bro is dying over here), Tegan and Sara (your lesbian sister is swooning), Violent Femmes (your older cousin with great taste is green), Earl Sweatshirt (your hip-hop-loving ex wishes you were still together), and Haim (your gay bestie is jumping up and down with excitement). And the list continues.

Their envy will multiply tenfold when you win two tickets for all three days of Big Guava. Which to bring, though, which to bring?

The festival takes place from May 2 to 4 in Tampa, and you have one full day to win these tix. Click on for details.

See also: Big Guava Versus SunFest: Which Fest Should You Attend?

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Big Guava is May 2 to 4 at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre, Tampa. Three-day passes cost $165 for general admission and $499 for Super Guava (VIP). For more information or to order tickets, visit bigguavafest.com.

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