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Panic In Mexico

12:01 PM Wednesday 6/8/11 | |

One year from now you could be bragging to your friends about the wonderful time you had seeing Widespread Panic’s exclusive four-night run on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera. Or you could skip this item entirely. The choice is yours.

  • Widespread Panic

    Forecastle Festival, Waterfront Park, Louisville, Ky.
    July 9, 2010

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Limited to 1,000 people, Panic en la Playa takes place Jan. 31-Feb. 4 at the Now Sapphire Resort & Spa in the fishing village of Puerto Morelos, located about 15 minutes south of Cancun. You spend your daytime hours doing the tourist thing – swimming in the ocean, hanging by the pool, etc. – while your evenings are devoted to Widespread Panic playing two sets nightly.

But it takes more than just a concert ticket to experience Panic en la Playa. The Mexican adventure comes in the form of a package presented by Cloud 9 Adventures, the same people who bring you the “Jam Cruise,” “Holy Ship!” and “Mayan Holidaze.” With prices starting at $1,199 per person, you get a room, the run of the resort & spa and four great nights with Widespread Panic.

If you refuse to go anywhere without your kids, Cloud 9 and Now Sapphire are offering a limited number of rooms for parents and their children as well as special pricing plans if you want to spend a few days at the resort before or after Panic En La Playa.

Rooms go on sale June 21 at noon EDT. Click here for more info.


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