The holidays are almost here, which means it’s time to break out the Christmas music to help brighten up your days. As the end of the year approaches, Ultramar wants to help you get into the holiday spirit with four playlist suggestions for different tastes and activities.
Covering everything from 60s classics to 21st-century hits, you’re sure to find something to please your ears!
Playlist: Getting Ready with Holiday Classics
Hit “play” on this list if you’re looking for classic hits that steer clear of symphonic orchestras and composers from the 1700s. This playlist features traditional songs sung by artists like Céline Dion, Michael Bublé, and Mariah Carey. The perfect soundtrack for baking cookies for Santa or putting the final touches on your Christmas preparations!
Playlist: On the Road with Friends for a Day at the Mountain
Although Christmas is often the main event, don’t forget about the days between December 25 and the start of the new year. This is when the pre-holiday pressure starts to dissipate—the ideal time to hang out with friends and just decompress.
Whether you’re on your way to the mountain or you’ve already hit the slopes, this playlist is just what’s needed to help you let go, reminisce about the good times, and create new memories.
Playlist: Driving Safe to the Celebrations
There’s a reason people say the holidays bring us closer: despite the distance that separates them all year round, family and friends travel hundreds of kilometers to celebrate together every year. Whether you’re hitting the road or welcoming guests, ensure you have the Driving Safe to the Celebrations playlist at the ready.
Not only will it make the drive more pleasant, but it’ll also help keep a smile on your face despite your eagerness to get to your destination!
Playlist: A Crooneresque Christmas
Whether you’re spending the holidays with that special someone or you simply favour crooner classics, this playlist will fill you with nostalgia no matter where you fall on Christmas music spectrum. So dim the lights, put on your dance shoes, and start the fireplace, because Christmas is coming, trumpets and all!