ILLENIUM announces curated Mexico destination event Ember Shores
Hand curated artist events have been all the rage for next level live music experiences. Allowing artists to have full creative freedom, they can creative a completely unique experience for fans, and ILLENIUM is the next to get involved in this. Taking to his socials the other day, he announced Ember Shores, a brand new curated three-day destination event.
In conjunction with Festication, Ember Shores will take place from 3-5 December 2021 in Cancún, Mexico at Paradisus Cancún (a four Diamond all-inclusive resort) and Marriott Cancun Resort which both combine to create an oceanfront festival site. Aside from the festival activities, the resorts offer lagoon-inspired pools, luxury spas, 10 different restaurants and more including bars and golf courses. Ember Shores also offers excursions for fans, which include cultural off-site activities include trips to Tulum, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding and more. The excursions are optional add ons and includes transport to and from the resorts.
Featuring three different sets from ILLENIUM himself, multiple stages including a mainstage directly on the beach and a curated lineup set to please any Illenial (as fans of the American producer are called). Speaking of the event, he said:
“I’ve always wanted to create an event where Illenials from all over the world can gather as a community and be immersed in an environment with their favorite artists together. My goal with Ember Shores is to put together an amazing festival experience and offer it as a place for people to connect with each other and themselves through music.”
Prices for this unique experience range start from $817 and range up to $8,950 with payment plans available at a 10% deposit. A split with friends option is also available and packages go on sale Thursday April 22 at 10 AM ET. Packages include all-inclusive food and drinks, all music events and transportation to and from the airport. Airfare is not included. You can visit the website here for more information.
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