I don’t know about you, but it feels like it’s been Tuesday for five days straight. If you’re struggling a little bit just like us, (the weather is just too nice be inside an overly AC’d office all day) no worries, we have just the thing to cheer your up.
We have a whole host of Explorers Fest tickets and we want to give them to you! Just in case you’re not in the know, Explorers Fest is a week long festival that National Geographic throws every year at their museum. They do everything from awesome movie screenings to scintillating talks and it all culminates with the National Geographic Awards, which has included past guests like Neil DeGrasse-Tyson and James Cameron. Check out the different events we have free tickets to below!
National Geographic Awards – June 14
Looking for an excuse to pull out that suit / gown? Dying to party with some celebrities? Look no further. The National Geographic Awards are the crown jewel of the festival, with actor and director Ravi Patel hosting and performances by Melissa Etheridge, Ben Harper, and Amber Riley. In order to win tickets, tell us in the comments below about your favorite issue of National Geographic. Which one touched you, made you laugh, scared you to death? Lay it all out for us.
Party for the Planet – June 15
If you’re the kind of person that wants to throw down and spend the night dancing, while taking quick breaks to check out Nat Geo’s newest museum exhibition, this party is for you. Dance along to The Suffers as you and some of the worlds most celebrated explorers pledge to stop using unnecessary plastics. In order to win tickets, tell us your current favorite song in the comments below. Don’t think too hard.
Further Film Festival – June 17
Show off your niche film buff knowledge and get real nerdy at the second annual Further Film Festival! Featuring films from some of National Geographic’s most accomplished explorers. Be sure to catch Jane a documentary about the the amazing Jane Goodall. In order to win tickets, tell us about your favorite documentary in the comments below. Don’t say Dear Zachary. We can’t think about that right now.