With Father’s Day around the corner, there are plenty of fun activities and adventures that will make your old man feel special.

 

Create an Outdoor Movie Theater

With movie theaters closing amid the coronavirus pandemic, you can recreate the experience of a movie theater without leaving the comfort of home. Set up a projector and outdoor screen in your backyard, set up lawn chairs to create a cozy theater feel, and push play on Dad’s favorite movie. Even if you don’t have a projector, you can still create a stellar Father’s Day movie night. Bring your TV outside, stream from your computer or smartphone, or just make a comfy spot on the couch. Plus, you can bring all the snacks you want.

Does Dad love Disney movies? Verizon customers get their first year of Disney+ completely free, so you can stream any time, anywhere. You’ll gain access to all things Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, and National Geographic.

 

 

Host an At-Home Concert with Apple Music

Many shows and concerts have been cancelled for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean you and Dad can’t rock out to his favorite tunes and musicians for Father’s Day.

With Apple Music, you can stream hundreds of live albums and video recordings from artists like Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews Band, Billie Eilish and more.

Check out this Neil Young: Live Acoustic playlist exclusively on Apple Music:

 

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Have a Family Game Night

Spend quality time with the whole family by hosting a game night. Dad can pick his favorites, but you can also bring some new games to try. If you don’t have any board games, there are plenty of apps that are perfect for family game night, like Evil Apples, Heads Up! and more. Check out our Games with Friends blog for more game ideas.

 

 

Discover New Hobbies

Since Father’s Day is all about Dad, take this time to dive into something he’s always wanted to try. It could be frisbee golf, record collecting, geocaching – the possibilities are endless. He’ll feel more motivated to try something if he has someone to do it with.

 

 

Volunteer in Your Community

If your dad loves giving back to his community or has a heart for service, join him by serving at his favorite charity for Father’s Day. You’ll get to spend the day with Dad, all while helping others and making a difference.

 

No matter how you decide to celebrate, make sure Dad feels loved and cared for this Father’s Day.