MusicFest ‘Christmas in July’ earlybird tickets go on sale this week

Vancouver Island MusicFest’s “Christmas in July” earlybird tickets go on sale Dec. 1 at 8 a.m.

“This is the best deal you will find on our weekend passes and these tickets sell out very quickly and are available online only,” said MusicFest marketing/publicity manager Susan Wood, in a press release.

“We sell this block of tickets as a thank you to those fans every year who have faith in us to purchase their weekend passes before we announce who will be performing at MusicFest.”

2017 Vancouver Island MusicFest runs July 14-16.

Keep reading The Record for lineup announcements as they become available.


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