This Is The Ultimate Music Festival Worth The Summer Road Trip

Montreal isn't the only place that knows how to party.
This Is The Ultimate Music Festival Worth The Summer Road Trip

Yes, Montreal has some dope festivals right here in the city, but summer road trips are always fun, especially when they involve massive two-day raves featuring some of the best DJ's in the known world. Names like Armin Van Buuren, Zedd, Pete Tong, Carl Cox, Excision and Steve Angello big enough for you? Well you're in luck, because they're all headlining the 2015 Bud Light Digital Dreams Festival happening June 27 & 28 on the Flats at Ontario Place.

Back for its fourth edition, Bud Light Digital Dreams is the largest electronic music festival in Canada, featuring two days and three stages of pure mayhem and energy, set right on the shoreline of Toronto's iconic skyline. Already one of the most sophisticated experiences in EDM today, this year will see the introduction of the BACARDÍ® Untameable Stage, showcasing the very best in future house, dubstep and bass music.

To make your electric adventure easier for you, Bud Light Digital Dreams is offering hotel, flight and ticket packages via Findor. Select from a variety of pre-prepared packages, or build your own, choosing your preferred airline and hotel. The first 100 general admission tickets will be offered at the early bird price of $129.99 (+ tax and service fees), and the first 25 VIP tickets will be offered at the early bird price of $229.99 (+ tax and service fees) available here.

If you're looking for an epic way to celebrate Canada Day long-weekend, Digital Dreams is definitely worthy of a road trip, even if it's to Toronto.

For a taste of the eargasms awaiting you at Digital Dreams, Spotify has provided an exclusive playlist made up of the performing artists.

Check out the Digital Dreams Facebook page and website for full details and lineup.

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Welcome to the dead of winter ladies and gentlemen. The weather in Montreal has been so cold and so gloomy; it feels like it might not end. The city is now a barren snowy tundra, and our minds are filled with lovelorn images of August afternoons. If you’re itching to get away this summer but don’t have the cash to go abroad per say, then why not do an old fashioned road trip? Grab your mom’s Jetta and hit the road with some of your pals. And if your mind is currently blocked with snow banks and hockey scores, we have some amazing Canadian festivals to get your summer gears goin’ so you can start planning!

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