Live like a Virgin Member with Jukely

We know that you’re as much a lover of music as we are. Listening to your favourite albums and tracks from artists that you’re obsessed with is pure bliss. But seeing these artists and musicians live in concert is an experience that will create lifetime memories. 

This is why we’re thrilled to be sharing Virgin Mobile’s new Jukely Member Benefit with you! Being the tech-savvy wiz that we know you are, you’re probably familiar with on-demand services like Netflix for your movies, Spotify for your music, and Uber for transportation. Well now there is  a service that acts like them, but for concerts. 

Jukely’s goal is simple. Get into a different show every night.

Last year, our music editor Sarah Rix attended a stunning 260 concerts and saw over 539 different artists. While it’ll be challenging to compete with that, you can give it a solid try with Virgin Mobile’s Jukely Member Benefit. 

If you check out the  Toronto Jukely site, you can see all of the shows that are ripe for the picking. There are big international headliners and new up and comers to see for just $25 CAD a month.

LiL and our friends over at Virgin Mobile are excited to be offering  Canadian’s across the country a chance to live like a Virgin Member with a 1 month free Jukely trial. This gets anyone access to  Toronto shows any night of the week!

Are you already an existing Virgin Member? Fantastic. You know what’s up. On top of a 1 month free Jukely trial, you get the chance to win VIP access to see Cold War Kids in Toronto at the Danforth Music Hall on October 20!Redeem your Jukely Member Benefit before October 14th and you are automatically entered.  

Not yet reaping the rewards of being a Virgin Member? We’re here to help and give you chance to see why they live the good life.. 

All you have to do to win a 4-week Jukely trial is share a selfie from your favourite concert from this year on Twitter or Instagram. Be sure sure to tag @liveinlimbo and @virginmobilecan. The winner will be announced on October 26, 2015 so start sharing now!

About author

Chief Editor & Founder of Live in Limbo. Host & Producer of the Capsule Podcast. Sean is an award-winning photographer and Nikon Professional Services member. His work has appeared on the CBC, Pitchfork, and MUCH. He is an Academy Delegate at the JUNOs (CARAS) and has been involved in the Toronto music scene since 2005. He is also an endurance and CrossFit athlete. You should follow him on Twitter @SeanChin.