Tickets for Luke Bryan’s ‘Crash My Playa 2022’ were supposedly out for sale this Friday, but something game-changing has happened! With record-breaking demand, the event has already sold out within 24 hours before its schedule to open to the public. The pre-sale was exclusively offered to returning Crash My Playa attendees and Bryan’s fan club members.
This will be the seventh Crash My Playa, and it’s the fastest sell-out in the event’s history since 2014 – but take note that all of those previous ones ultimately sold out too.
Crash My Playa 2022 will be a four-night event filled with country music that is set to take place from January 19 to 22 on a private stretch of white sand beach at Mexico’s Moon Palace Cancun. The spectacular oceanfront sanctuary has earned the highly prestigious AAA Four Diamond Award for the resort’s magnificent rooms and 24-hour room service. There’s also gourmet all-inclusive food and drink, as well as heaps of activities on both land and sea.
In addition to Luke Bryan – who is set for two headlining performances – the event will once again feature country superstar Jason Aldean. A press release reveals that there will be one more headliner. Other opening acts, pool parties, local adventures, and more fun activities will soon be announced.
The event is made possible with Bryan’s awesome partnership with CID Presents, who said that they would be closely monitoring all the essential protocols and guidelines enforced by local authorities and The World Health Organization to guarantee a safe experience for all guests during the event. In addition to that, the resort’s protocols will also always be in place.
So, if you’re one of the hopeful ones to head to Crash My Playa next January and enjoy Luke Bryan songs, you can join a waiting list for tickets. You can sign up here: https://crashmyplaya.com/packages/
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