In addition to the four full Panic shows, organizers will announce special guests that will join the party to deliver post-show music, special collaborations and other surprises. At this year’s event, Widespread Panic welcomed the Playa All Stars featuring George Porter Jr., John Gros, Col. Bruce Hampton, Jeff Sipe, Grant Green Jr. and Randall Bramblett, who played a few late night shows and also sat in with the group at various points.
All-inclusive Panic En La Playa packages include a stay at the resort, all meals, drinks, concerts and activities. Also, PELP resort guests will receive a $500 credit per room, applied to the room’s account at check-in for use towards guests’ choice of add-on services such as spa treatments, greens fees, upgraded bottles of wine and cigars.
Early booking for returning Panic En La Playa guests runs from July 8 -9 and will be followed by the general on-sale on July 10 at 12 p.m. ET for any remaining rooms. More details and booking information can be found at the event’s website.
Both Widespread Panic and Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band shared the stage with guest guitarists on Friday at the Wanee Festival.
The broadcast schedule for this weekend’s free webcast featuring select sets from the SweetWater 420 Fest in Atlanta has been revealed.
The latest episode of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ features”The Rundown,” our first “Mailbag” segment, G. Love on the debut of “Worst Show Ever” and Eric Krasno discussing his “Musical Mentors.”
Harmonica player Hook Herrera sat-in during several parts of Gov’t Mule’s 2018 Spring Tour opening show last night in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
JamBase contributor Chad Berndtson shares his thoughts accompanied by Andrew Blackstein’s photos and a handful of videos from As The Crow Flies’ tour opener in Port Chester.
The Trey Anastasio Trio took the stage for the first time since 1999 on Tuesday night at the House Of Blues in Cleveland.