Tomorrow, about 25,000 people will be flooding the Sea to Sky Corridor, to one of two huge music festivals here this summer. The Pemberton Music Festival is back in business, with a stellar lineup, a new promoter, and better facilities. We’re stoked to have bands like Nine Inch Nails, Outkast, Soundgarden, and Deadmau5 as headliners, along with a ton of awesome music and comedy acts for the festival. We’re even more excited that the festival’s promoter has been working with the local Lil’wat Nation to form a sustainable partnership, and 18 million dollars later, they’ve got over 100 bands and comedy acts performing over the next five days.
After the traffic nightmare locals and festival-goers experienced last year with the Squamish Valley Music Festival, we’re all hoping traffic will be better this year for those heading to the festival, and for the locals. But, if you want to beat the traffic in style we can pick you up at Vancouver International in one of our planes and get you to Pemberton in just over 1 hour, starting at $199.00 per person (minimum 2 people per flight). You’ll have the best views, the smoothest ride, and won’t have to worry about sitting on the highway for hours. #beatthetraffic
If you aren’t able to get to the music festival and are experiencing FOMO, you can check it out with our special #PembyFest deal. At 20% off our normal custom sightseeing price, you can fly over the Pemberton Music Festival and the surrounding area for just $179.00 per person (minimum 2 people), and check out all the action. This hour-long flight will give you and up to two buddies the best view in the house, and might give the other festival-goers FOMO instead.
The internet is already buzzing about the Pemberton Music Festival turning into Canada’s Coachella. We’ll see how it compares to the already popular Squamish Valley Music Festival, whose headliners include Bruno Mars, Eminem, and Arcade Fire. Regardless, we’re pretty excited to be in the centre of the action, and are looking forward to doing some great fly-bys over the festivals in the next few weeks.