Giveaway: Another Pair of Tickets To The Homegrown Music and Art Festival on May 14

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It's Monday, which means (as you'd know

if you were paying attention last week

), it's time to give out another pair of tickets to the upcoming second annual

Homegrown Music and Art Festival

, whose lineup is


this year.

And, sure enough, that means there's another viral video to share, too.

This one, posted above, references the last one (which introduced us to hosts Grant Jones and the fictitious Karl Wiggins), while showcasing the festival's kid-friendly side, thanks to a troop of boy scouts sharing the festival lineup and details, and even dressing up like Ishi's John Mudd to boot -- thus making the whole thing worthwhile, no doubt.

But back to the tickets -- and, more specifically, how to win them. Hit the jump to find out how.

Drop me an email right here with the words "Phone Home" in the subject line by 5 p.m., at which point the contest will close and we'll select a random winner to get a pair of tickets to the festival on Saturday, May 14. Only one entry per person. Good luck!

Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winner!

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