Bryan's Crash My Playa is back in '22
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Bryan's Crash My Playa is back in '22

Friday, April 16, 2021 – Luke Bryan's Crash My Playa, the singer's annual concert vacation, will be back in 2022.

Bryan announced today that the event - hosted Jan. 19-22, 2022 at the AAA Four Diamond Awarded, Moon Palace Cancun - will feature four nights of country music on a private stretch of white sand beach, complete with two headlining performances by Bryan and the return of his good friend, Jason Aldean. One additional headliner as well as a full lineup of artists, pool parties, activities and local adventures will be announced soon.

For the first time in seven years, the event did not take place this year due to Covid-19.

"I have been so ready to tell you that Playa is back for 2022!," said Bryan. "This is one of my favorite events we get to do, and it's because all of you keep showing up and making it so much fun. Jason and I had a blast in 2020 so it didn't take me long to talk him into coming back."

All-inclusive Crash My Playa 2022 packages will go on sale to the public on Friday, April 23rd at 1 p.m. eastern. Previous Crash My Playa guests will be invited to return to the beach via the Alumni Pre-Sale, which begins Wednesday, April 21 at 1 p.m. eastern. Members of Bryan's and Aldean's fan clubs will have access to pre-sale packages on Thursday, April 22 at 1 p.m. eastern.

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