_Relix_ and Osiris Podcasts Teaming Up with SweetWater 420 Fest for Ticket Giveaways, Interviews and More
Relix and partners Osiris Podcasts are headed to Atlanta’s SweetWater 420 Festival this weekend, and Osiris will be bringing a number of offerings for festival-goers, including ticket giveaways from other summer festivals, artist interviews, a charity auction, trivia, beer tastings and more.
The Osiris and Relix events at the festival will be anchored by the Inside Out wTnS podcast and its hosts Seth and Rob and located in the SweetWater Experience Tent.
Events Included in this weekend’s offerings are listed below, along with the full daily schedules for the weekend:
—A festival ticket contest to win two tickets to LOCKN’ and Bonnaroo, plus a contest to win a vinyl copy of Phish’s Rift album, signed by lyricist Tom Marshall. The contest is currently live here.
—Live podcast interviews with artists like Spafford, The Infamous Stringdusters and SOJA, plus members of Umphrey’s McGee and more
—Seth Weiner of Inside Out wTnS hosting the daily “420 Fest Morning Brew” at noon with guests and interviews with Brandon “Taz” Neiderauer and members of Greensky Bluegrass and SOJA
—SweetWater 420 Fest Band Charity Auction benefiting participating artists’ charities of choice. Auction items include concert tickets, signed memorabilia, photos, meet-and-greet with artists and more. Mobile bidding begins April 17 and lasts through the end of the festival on April 22. The auction is open to both those at the festival and anyone using the mobile platform. Register here and get a chance to win your way into the official pre-party with The String Cheese Incident.
—The SweetWater Experience Tent, where you can taste more than 25 unique styles of SweetWater beers and enjoy presentations on a wide variety of topics
—A conversation with Relix Editor Dean Budnick, Kyle Hollingsworth of The String Cheese Incident and SweetWater about their collaborative brew, Ground Score
—Music trivia with prizes
—A daily podcast preview from the festival called “Morning Brew,” which will be available via Facebook Live on the festival’s feed
—Free Osiris merchandise, while supplies last