Luke Bryan's Mexican country music fiesta, Crash My Playa, has unveiled the first round of performers for its 2024 instalment.
Luke Bryan will once again deliver two nights of party-starting hits and sun-soaked anthems, with the ‘One Margarita’ chart-topper due to be joined by a star-studded roster of artists.
Crash My Playa is known as being half-festival, half-holiday, with ticket-holders being treated to a luxurious stay at the Riviera Cancun hotel and resort, as well as spending each night being serenaded by some of modern country music's biggest stars.
Attendees will no doubt be looking forward to hearing one of the genre's newest trailblazers, Jelly Roll, performing highlights from his recently released Whitsitt Chapel album, such as ‘Need A Favor’ and the Lainey Wilson-assisted ‘Save Me’.
Country prodigy, Bailey Zimmerman, is another celebrated addition to the Crash My Playa 2024 line-up, with the Illinois native's new project, Religiously: The Album, featuring two Double-Platinum singles, ‘Fall in Love’ and ‘Rock and A Hard Place’. Fans will be keenly awaiting the chance to hear Zimmerman perform these live in Mexico in January.
Jon Pardi and Dustin Lynch will both keep the blissful escapism in full force with their assortment of vacation-worthy hits, from Pardi's ‘Night Shift’ to Lynch's ‘Party Mode’ - and a plethora of good-time fan-favourites sprinkled in-between.
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