Step away from the novelty socks. Father’s Day falls on Sunday 21 June 2015 and we’ve edited the ultimate guide to getting your dad what he really wants this year.
Really, it can’t be that socks and mug combo again.
Not sure where to start? Scroll through our five great ways to say thanks this Father’s Day…
If he likes a laugh
Whether it’s Bill Bailey, Jimmy Carr or Kevin Bridges that have him cackling louder than you’d ever thought possible, our Comedy Guide has just the ticket. With the likes of Noel Fielding, Alan Davies, and Michael McIntyre also touring the UK throughout 2015, there’s a very high chance you’ll be asking to keep hold of that second ticket after all.
If he never misses a game
With the Rugby World Cup and NFL to contend with, to name a few, there’s something to assist all of his sport fixes. Factor in football tickets for Arsenal, Manchester United, West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur and loads more, and you can find the perfect Father’s Day gift over on our Sports Guide.
If he still rocks harder than you
Def Leppard, White Snake, AC/DC, Status Quo, KISS, The Who,W.A.S.P and Robert Plant are ALL touring or appearing at festivals this year; so if you’re buying for a man who loves riffs as much as he loves you, head over to Ticketmaster.co.uk/classicrock.
If he’s always ringside
If Monday night’s are dedicated to WWE Raw in his house, then the live experience stands to win you some serious brownie points. Pick up tickets to the latest WWE events now at Ticketmaster.co.uk.
If he’s just too fussy to second-guess
Sometimes, there’s just no pleasing him. That doesn’t mean to say it’s all over, oh no. Unlock the perfect Father’s Day experience with a gift card – just head to Ticketmaster.co.uk/giftcards.