IN PUERTO MORELOS, MEXICO DECEMBER 11 – 15, 2013
The beautiful locale and luxurious accommodations at the Now Sapphire resort brings the energy of the new American bluegrass story to new heights for Strings & Sol 2013. Located on the pristine beaches of picturesque fishing village Puerto Morelos – approximately 25 minutes south of the Cancun Airport on the Mayan Riviera – Now Sapphire is a first-class, all-inclusive resort that boasts spacious suites, an incredible on-site spa, gourmet restaurants, beachfront palapas, and of course, stunning ocean views. Strings & Sol offers music fans a genuine luxury vacation featuring days relaxing on the beach with friends and nights listening to their favorite bands perform in paradise.
The all-inclusive luxury lodging packages for Now Sapphire are available to just over 1000 lucky fans. Check in starts at 3pm on December 11, 2013 and the bluegrass kicks off that night.
All packages go on sale to the general public beginning April 17 at 12:00 PM EST at www.stringsandsol.com. There will be a pre-sale for returning Strings & Sol guests on April 16.
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