The gift-giving process isn’t always easy, and you may be racking your brains year on year to come up with great gift ideas for your friends and family members. Before you purchase anything, it’s always good to make a note of their hobbies and interests, so you have something to work from, but if you’re still left scratching your head, you can always rely on music. After all, there aren’t many people in this world who don’t enjoy an excellent beat and catchy tune.
It’s not difficult to find gifts for music lovers, and we have put together a short gift list that could cut out your gift-giving stress:
If they tend to go to gigs and concerts, purchasing a pair of tickets for an upcoming show is a great shout, as they’ll always have a memory to cherish. Tickets can be costly, so you should always be on the lookout for the best offers.
It would be worth signing up to a mailing list so you’re first in-the-know about pre-sale tickets, which can usually be picked up for a fraction of the price. It would also be an idea to research the dates of when the artist is performing so you can book a date near the end of the tour when it’s less pricey. Finally, browsing ticketsales.com allows you to discover premium tickets at wholesale prices.
Attending concerts and visiting clubs regularly is bound to have a damaging impact on their eardrums, so why not purchase a set of earplugs as a gift? While it may sound like a random suggestion, you’re ultimately preserving their health and allowing them to enjoy music in comfort.
Eighty decibels has the ability to cause long-term hearing damage; however, most clubs and concerts exceed 120 decibels, which can lead to conditions such as tinnitus later on in life.
Most modern earplugs now have specialized filters which are designed to cut out high frequencies, while retaining an excellent sound. Earplugs can be purchased to suit both small and larger budgets; however, as expected, this will show in the overall quality of the product.
Wireless headphones make a great gift for listening to tunes while on-the-go. Unlike the traditional headphone, a wireless version is gym friendly as they can be worn during workouts, without wires getting caught and wrapped up in the equipment. What’s more, they allow the individual to move approximately 9 meters from the sound emitter device, which poses less of a restriction.
Music festival survival pack
If they’re going to be attending a festival in the next few months, why not get them well-prepared for the trip by putting together a ‘festival survival pack’? Fill a hamper with a variety of essentials they’re going to need for a weekend of camping, including band-aids, hand wipes, sunblock, toiletries, and a pair of wellies, of course. Although it’s a relatively simple gift idea, it means they don’t have to go out and buy everything when the time comes around.