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My Morning Jacket Plan 'One Big Holiday' Festival

Band will headline four-night event in Mexico in January

June 12, 2013 11:20 AM ET
Jim James of My Morning Jacket performs in Newport, Rhode Island.
Jim James of My Morning Jacket performs in Newport, Rhode Island.
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My Morning Jacket have announced their own four-night festival, One Big Holiday, set to take place next January 26th-30th at the soon-to-re-open Hard Rock Hotel at the Riviera Maya in Mexico.

The festival will feature three unique concerts by My Morning Jacket, as well as one massive dance party, along with a smattering of daytime activities like yoga classes, tequila tastings and off-site trips. And the best part: all drinks are included.

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The One Big Holiday pre-sale will take place on June 19th-20th for My Morning Jacket Roll Call Members; while the general onsale begins on June 21st at noon EST. Prices range from $1,249 to $2,599, depending on room.

My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James – who's currently touring behind his solo LP Regions of Light and Sound of God – recently told Rolling Stone that the band is looking to get back in the studio this October and start working on the follow-up to 2011's Circuital. "We always try to do something a little different each time and we did that last time," James said. "We have a couple top-of-the-heap places we're in the process of deciding what will work best."

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