Vancouver Island MusicFest 2015 weekend pass pre-sale

With what has become one of the most eagerly anticipated Christmas traditions, Vancouver Island MusicFest is set to release a limited quantity of weekend passes for the 2015 festival.

MusicFest’s Christmas in July weekend passes go on sale at 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 1,  online only at  www.islandmusicfest.com.

Ticket prices for this tier only are: $139 (plus tax and service fee) for adults and seniors weekend passes, youth weekend passes are $79 (plus tax & service fee).

Last year the Vancouver Island MusicFest Christmas in July tickets sold out in 90 minutes.  So don’t wait.  This year, give the gift of MusicFest.

 

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