Just a few days left until Luke Bryan heads down to Mexico for his annual Crash My Playa event. This week fellow headliner, Jason Aldean, shared a photo on social media of himself and Bryan posing in the cold weather.
In the photos, Aldean is sporting a fur-flap hat next to Bryan who's smoking a cigar bundled up in a red flannel. The two are clearly ready for some sunshine. "Who is ready to get out of the cold and head to Mexico next week with me and my buddy @lukebryan for @crashmyplaya?" Aldean captioned the post, adding, "Mexico, Here we come!!"
The 2020 Crash My Playa marks Bryan's sixth time hosting the event and Aldean's first time joining. The "Knockin' Boots" singer will headline two nights, while Aldean and Old Dominion headline one night each.
"I’m so appreciative that the fans have shown up and supported this destination concert weekend," Bryan previously shared. "To have one of my best friends Jason join us this year means it’s about to be epic!"
In addition to the headlining acts, Bryan will also be joined down in Mexico by several other special guests. The list of performers includes Dustin Lynch, Lee Brice, Scotty McCreery, Granger Smith, Jordan Davis, Jon Langston, Tenille Townes, Caylee Hammack, Kendell Marvel and DJ Rock.
The sold-out festival will take place on January 22-25. For the first time, the event will be hosted at only one resort, the Moon Palace Cancun. Fans will enjoy all-inclusive food and drink, 24-hour concierge service, and multiple pools and bars.
Ahead of Crash My Playa, Bryan has revealed his 2020 summer tour plans. The country star will hit the road for his "Proud To Be Right Here Tour" kicking off on May 28 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Bryan will bring along Morgan Wallen as the opening act, who he says is "one of my favorite voices I've heard in a long, long time." Additionally, Hammack will join Bryan for the first half of the tour, with Runaway June joining for the second half.
To see a full list of cities and dates go here. Stay tuned for ticket details to come.
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