Tickets are on sale for almost all of these terrific music festivals throughout B.C. Can’t choose? Well, you’ll just have to hit several over the summer months.Victoria’s Ska and Reggae Festival, June 19-23, various venues, VictoriaNorth America’s longest running ska and reggae festival with so many performers, you need five days to fit them all in.Tickets here.Vancouver Folk Music Festival, July 19-21, Jericho Beach Park, VancouverIt doesn’t get older, it gets better. Now in its 41st year, this classic folk fest continues to inspire. Senior and student rates available for more than 50 performers.Tickets here.Vancouver International Jazz Festival, June 21-30, various venues, VancouverGet ready for Buddy Guy, Five Alarm Funk and a landslide of other performers. Choose wisely.Tickets here.Valhalla Fest, June 21-23, TerraceThis festival is billed as where Vikings come to party in the afterlife. Nice. This is family friendly event that celebrates electronic music in an old-growth forest setting at the base of Shames Mountain.Tickets here.The Valhalla Fest is billed as where Vikings come to party in the afterlife. [Screengrab]Victoria International Jazz Festival, June 21-30, various venues, VictoriaThe is touted as the grandfather of music festivals in its 36th year — a festival that caters to jazz, world and blues fans.Tickets here.The Victoria International Jazz Festival is touted as the grandfather of music festivals. Midsummer Music Festival, July 5-7, SmithersGorgeous location where you can camp, bring the kids and stock up on music vibes. There are music camps for youths as well.Tickets here.Fvded in the Park, July 5-6, SurreyThis is one of the largest festivals in the Lower Mainland and a lineup to match with rap, hip hop, R&B and electronic artists announced. This is the fifth year for this festival, which is suitable for all ages and held at Holland Park.Tickets here.Starbelly Jam Music Festival, July 19-20, Crawford BayThis festival marks its 20 th year and features more than a dozen performers, plus music workshops. Held on the shores of Kootenay Lake, you can camp for the festival duration as well.Tickets here.Squamish Constellation Festival, July 26-28, SquamishThis three-day celebration features popular bands and visual arts, as well as including a strong representation of female and LGBTQ performers.Tickets here.Rockin River Music Fest, Aug. 1-4, MerrittThis is the country-music must-attend festival and is for all ages; children under 12are free with a paying parent. There is a camping option, too.Tickets here.Shambala Music Festival, Aug. 9-10, SalmoSix stages for showcasing electronic music for 19-plus adults. Free camping is included in the pass, as is free parking.Tickets here.Edge of the World Music Festival, Aug. 9-11, Tlell, Haida GwaiiAlways wanted to see Haida Gwaii? This is your chance. And one ticket price gains entry to the entire festival for everyone over the age of 12. Camping is just across the street, too.Tickets here.Burnaby Blues Festival, Aug. 10, Deer Lake Park, BurnabyThink folk, rock ‘n’ roll and R&B — for starters. A terrific family friendly event so bring the kids. The day kicks off at noon.Tickets here.Wapiti Music Festival, Aug. 9-10, FernieGreat music, terrific food and all the dancing you can handle. Seniors pay only $5 each, and kids 12 and under are free. There’s no camping and a two-day pass is $89.Tickets here.Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival, Aug. 15-18, Salmon ArmMore than 40 acts on four stages and headliner Jim Cuddy, this family friendly festival has got be the most reasonably priced, from $50 to $92 for day passes. Children under 12 are free.Tickets here.Robson Valley Music Festival, Aug. 16-18, DunsterMore than 55 performers on five stages with artists, food vendors and onsite camping as well. This festival is in the Robson Valley and about 30 kilometres east of McBride. Kids under 13 are free.Tickets here.Cumberland Wild Music Festival, Aug. 17-18, CumberlandThe festival that’s billed as Small Town, Big Sound includes bluegrass, country, reggae, rock and hip hop — all the major music food groups, plus camping.Tickets here.Nanaimo Summertime Blues Festival, Aug. 23-25, NanaimoA unique festival that takes place in downtown Nanaimo and features big names in blues.Tickets here.Pentastic Jazz Music Festival, Sept. 6-8, PentictonThis is year 32 for this jazz festival that is suitable for all ages and a three-day, all-events pass costs $115.Tickets here.