Alvvays is one of the bands playing One Big Holiday 2024

If you’re a fan of Canadian band Alvvays and also want to get away this spring, there’s an all-inclusive music fest in Mexico that you might want to check out.

Happening from April 4 – 8 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Unico in Riviera Maya, Mexico, One Big Holiday is a “music vacation” that offers four nights of performances on three different stages. 

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Besides Alvvays, other bands on the lineup include My Morning Jacket, who will be performing a total of three full shows, The War On Drugs, Courtney Barnett, The Walkman, Angel Olsen, Poolside, Futurebirds, Scott McMicken and The Ever-Expanding, and Shabazz Palaces. 

Alvvays performs on the main stage Saturday night and are followed by The War On Drugs. The full music schedule can be found on the One Big Holiday website.

Watch the promo video for One Big Holiday 2024

The remaining ticket packages available range from $2399 USD per adult with three guests in your party up to $3118 per adult with two guests in your party and an extra “decompression” day included. There’s an additional $49 USD fee per person. All taxes are included in the price.

Details of the all-inclusive One Big Holiday 2024 package

Soak in the luxury of an all-inclusive resort plus the energy of your favorite festival, with amenities just outside your room. All you can eat, all you can drink, everything you need is at your fingertips!

Your package price includes all music, accommodations, food, drinks, cocktails, activities, workshops, waterpark access, room service, and so much more…

It should be noted that flights and transportation to and from the airport is not included. 

Alvvays is also playing the Kilby Block Party in Salt Lake City, Utah in May. The lineup for that festival is stacked and tickets are much more reasonably priced.

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