Luke Bryan and CID Presents are teaming up to present the fourth annual Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa event for January 17-20, 2018 in Riviera Maya, Mexico. Fans will enjoy their all-inclusive resort experience along with an all-star concert all four nights.
“Kicking the year off on the beach with an amazing backdrop, good ol’ country music and watching the fans have the time of their life…yes I’m in!” says Bryan.
The four-time Entertainer of the Year will headline two nights, with details to follow on additional performers. Past performers include Blake Shelton, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Chris Stapleton, Dustin Lynch and more.
Concerts take place at Playa Azul, just a short walk from Barceló Maya Beach Resort. Each night, the sandy shoreline will become home to an intimate crowd of country music lovers, who will experience the most spectacular all-inclusive country music getaway imaginable. Daytime poolside performances (at select resorts), exciting adventures throughout the Riviera Maya region and much more provide fun in the sun before the lights come up on the beachfront stage.
There will be a pre-sale for Crash My Playa alumni, members of Luke Bryan’s Fan Club (the Nut House) and Luke Bryan App fans starting on Tuesday, May 23rd at 1 pm EDT. Packages will go on-sale to the general public on Wednesday, May 24th at 1 pm EDT. This year is expected to sell out quickly, as did Crash My Playa’s first three years. All guests must be 18 or older to attend.
Each Crash My Playa package includes concert access, resort accommodations, food and drink inside the concert venue, shuttle transportation between Cancún International Airport and your chosen resort, and shuttles between your resort and the concert venue (if applicable). Airfare is not included.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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