Luke Bryan has announced the final lineup of talent for his annual concert vacation in Mexico, “Crash My Playa.” The event will take place January 19 – 22, 2023, at the Moon Palace Cancún, featuring four nights of country music on a private stretch of white sand beach.
New to the final round-up of talent are Chayce Beckham and Alana Springsteen. They will join headliners Luke (2 nights), Chris Stapleton, and Cole Swindell, as well as previously announced artists Ashley McBryde, Brian Kelley, Carly Pearce, Chase Rice, Dylan Scott, and DJ Rock. Kendell Marvel will return with his special “Honky Tonk Experience” late-night performance. American Idol judge Lionel Richie will make his debut appearance at the event as a guest performer during Luke’s final show of the weekend. Dustin Lynch will also host a very special all-day edition of his infamous pool party.
Bryan told us about this year’s lineup, “It’s amazing to have [Chris] Stapleton join the Crash My Playa family, but then I’ve got my buddy Lionel Richie. He’s gonna come down. To stand up there at Crash My Playa and perform ‘All Night Long’ with Lionel Richie is gonna be one of the highlights of my career.”
Luke posted the new lineup to Instagram, writing, “The beach is calling! (palm tree emoji) See y’all at @crashmyplaya. Limited packages remain www.crashmyplaya.com.”
Several fans responded, many of them wishing they could be there this year. One fan wrote, “Your voice gives me good chills!” Another fan commented, “Wish we were here to see Lionel.” One more fan said, “Yeah, u can find the package prices; they are pretty expensive, but honestly, I think it would most definitely be worth it.”
Bryan recently scored his 30th number-one song and celebrated with a big party in Nashville. He said of the milestone, “30 #1 songs at country radio is really crazy to hear. I’m blessed to have this career, and I can’t thank everyone involved enough for supporting my dreams. ‘Hey, hey, USA! We ain’t seen our better days’ is a come-together moment. I couldn’t have hand-picked a better 30th.”