Learning a musical instrument helps develop your brain, which makes it bigger so you can finally fit into bigger hats. Fill your head with this Groupon.
$324.50 for an REO Fest 2013 VIP package (a $650 value), which includes:
- A two-night, three-day weekend pass to the festival (a $100 value)
- VIP camping and parking (an $80 value)
- Access to all resort amenities including showers and washrooms (a $40 value)
- Enrollment in the Keynote Songwriting workshop with Jason Blume (a $60 value)
- Six meals with dessert prepared by the resort chefs (a $100 value)
- Coffee, tea, lemonade, water, and hot chocolate (a $20 value)
- A guided canyon hike along the Nahatlatch River (a $50 value)
- A hot-tub and campfire party (a $30 value)
- Snacks and refreshments from KIND Healthy Snacks, Fruttare, and Granville Island Brewery (a $70 value)
- A limited-edition REO Fest 2013 T-shirt, signed by your favorite artist from the festival (a $40 value)
- An autographed REO Fest 2013 poster (a $60 value)
From August 16–18, campers explore the outdoors, live music, and their song-writing skills during an all-inclusive adventure in the awe-inspiring Fraser Canyon.
REO Rafting Resort
The rugged beauty of nature meets the comfort of vacation amenities at REO Rafting Resort, a secluded getaway on the edge of Nahatlatch River. Throughout the Fraser Canyon, experienced guides lead groups on whitewater rafting day-trips and multiday excursions, helping beginners and advanced rafters alike to navigate class III and IV+ rapids. Some of the trips take place along the Nahatlatch and others venture to the Stein, Thompson, and Fraser rivers, all of which are less than 45 minutes away from base camp. Relaxation and pampering follow at the resort's facilities, where a hot tub, massage therapists, and glasses of beer or wine await to reward campers for their rugged displays of human heartiness.
At nightfall, guests cozy up around a campfire, but they need not roast hot dogs or trap varmints for sustenance. A team of professional chefs prepares meals for guests, which also helps prevent the risk of forest fires and bears moseying into campsites for a snack.