Canadian Music Fest 2-for-1 offer

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Posted November 7, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for November 7, 2012

If you love music, you’re going to love this special offer from Canadian Music Fest!

Get your six-day Canadian Music Fest wristbands now for $50, or your VIP wristbands for $100 and get one free. That’s right — two for the price of one!

Blow your mind with over 1,000 bands in 60 clubs over 6 nights. Canada’s largest music festival celebrates its 30th anniversary from March 19-24, 2013 in Toronto.

Slash, I Mother Earth, Dragonette, The Sheepdogs, and The Inbreds were just a few of the acts that performed at the festival last year.

Vacay.ca Loves The Tragically Hip

One of the great things about travelling is listening to great music. And it’s even better when that great music is Canadian.

Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi had an opportunity to visit Kingston, Ontario and speak with one of Canada’s most popular bands, The Tragically Hip, and wrote about their experiences on the road.

Brijbassi: “‘Travel is a big part of lucky people’s lives. We’re lucky enough to travel. I’m quite happy to know the country pretty well. Certainly not all the areas, but the places along the highways for sure,’” Paul Langlois said after a performance of his own songs at Kingston’s Market Square in August that featured Hip bandmates Robby Baker and Gord Sinclair on stage while Gord Downie watched with the rest of the crowd of about 400 people. “’Every writer is different, but i think travel’s a big part of a lot of songwriters’ lives because you do that so often and it does influence your outlook on the world.'”

To purchase tickets to Canadian Music Week: Click on http://canadianmusicfest.com/wristbands.

 

 


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