For One Big Holiday 2015, MMJ will be joined by Band Of Horses, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, War On Drugs, Dr. Dog, Dawes, Sylvan Esso and DJ Biz Markie. “We are so excited for this second year of One Big Holiday…the second of what we hope will be many more to come! The first one was so beautiful we just knew we had to do it again…what could be more fun than spending quality time with a bunch of sweet folks-old friends and new-in a beautiful place celebrating music/art/peace and love!!! Let’s get together and celebrate!” said My Morning Jacket in a press release announcing the event.
My Morning Jacket will play three full shows at One Big Holiday, while the other acts on the bill will perform one show a piece with the exception of Band Of Horses, who will perform two full shows, including one acoustic performance as the sun goes down. If last year’s event is any indication, you can expect plenty of guest spots during MMJ’s performances.
All-inclusive One Big Holiday packages include lodging, all meals, drinks, concerts and on-site activities. A pre-sale for those who attended last year’s event begins June 26 at noon ET and will be followed by the general on sale on June 27 at noon ET.
Head to the event’s website for more details and booking information.
Update 6/19 11:15 a.m. PT: The folks at Nugs.net have shared a compilation featuring five tracks from the inaugural One Big Holiday dubbed A Slice From Paradise that’s available as a free MP3 download.
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