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Ottawa Bluesfest Is Having A 2020 Super Sale Right Now

They also revealed some of the performers!
Ottawa Bluesfest's 2020 Holiday Pre-Sale Is On Now With Special Deals

With Christmas in the air and winter slowly creeping in, chances are you aren't thinking a lot about July right now. However, a popular Canadian music festival wants to change that. Ottawa Bluesfest's 2020 holiday pre-sale just started and they are offering special deals for next year's event. 

The festival won't actually be starting until July 9, 2020 but the organizers don't seem to care that it's over seven months away. Instead, on their website, they say "the holidays are coming... and so is July!" 

For a limited time only, they have a special pre-sale on festival passes and add ons for Bluesfest 2020. 

The sale is on from now until December 24th at 11:59 PM ET and according to the site, offers the "best pricing" for 2020 tickets and passes. 

Right now, a U25 festival pass, which is for people between 19 and 25 years old and grants you access to the entire festival, is only $150 (including tax).  

Normally, this pass costs, $173. 

If it's too early for you to commit to the entire festival right now they also day passes available but only for two of the show dates. 

Currently, Bluesfest is selling passes for July 14 and July 16. They are on for $73 (including tax) right now. 

As an added holiday bonus, Bluesfest has also announced some of the artists performing on those two dates. 

On July 14 there will be performances by Jack Johnson, Vance Joy, and Jade Bird. 

Then on the 16th, the artists include Marshmello and Lil Tecca. 

While this is undoubtedly very early to start planning out next festival season, it could be a good opportunity if you are looking to give someone the gift of Bluesfest this year. 

The holiday pre-sale also includes extras like parking add ons, LED wristbands, and on-site gift cards. 

The full festival lineup is expected to be announced in February of next year. 

Bluesfest will take place in Ottawa from July 9 to July 19, 2020. 

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