Music is the perfect last-minute gift
Let’s be honest, last-minute gifts can sometimes be crap. I know a guy who honestly bought gifts from a gas station because he waited to long to pick anything up. BTW, there are some very cool gas stations out there who do have cool items, but the guy I know was forced to choose between smokes and lotto tickets. What I’m trying to say is, there are some very cool last-minute gift options out there that will blow people’s minds when received.
A subscription to SiriusXM is a great gift for music lovers. But one option that I feel people often look beyond, and likely because they are generally months away, is music festival tickets. Canada is home to some of the best music festivals in the world, and because we spend much of the year indoors, it’s always great to be with friends and family outdoors with food and drink and sounds. I know there are a bunch of people who are not ready to get back into big crowds and that’s cool since most festivals have plenty of space for fans to spread out.
Here’s a quick list of festivals you might want to consider picking up tickets as gifts for that music fan you know and love…
Big Valley Jamboree
With decades of experience, Big Valley Jamboree always brings the top tier entertainment. The scheduled 2023 headliners are Morgan Wallen, Dierks Bently, and Dallas Smith.
Boots & Hearts
Oro Medonte, ON
Canada’s largest “Country Festival” made a big announcement in November, saying Nickelback will headline in 2023. Also set to take the stage in 2023 are Tim McGraw and Keith Urban.
Indie Alt Rock, Pop
Oshaga is Canada’s OG in for new indie and alternative. The line up for 2023 headliners includes Rufus Du Sol, Billie Eilish, and Kendrick Lamar.