Holy Ship makes landfall in 2020 with all-inclusive Punta Cana resort event

Instead of sailing the seas next year, Holy Ship fans will head south to the Dominican Republic for a four-night all-inclusive event featuring some of the world’s most in-demand house, bass, and techno artists.

A new twist on the cruise ship experience the brand has hosted for the past eight years, Holy Ship Wrecked will take place Jan. 22-26 at the Hard Rock Resort in Punta Cana.

Fans will enjoy exclusive access to the entire resort, with a myriad of stages and beach/pool parties planned each day. The resort features twelve pools, plus four swim-up bars a lazy river, and a palm-lined beach.

Veteran Shipfam can expect the usual favorites — sunrise sets, the OG Party and gifts for returning fans, intimate artist-hosted activity sessions, and outlandish theme nights and showcases from top labels. New and improved features include open bars with unlimited alcohol, complimentary meals in nine different restaurants, and free high speed internet throughout the property. Guest rooms feature a complimentary mini-bar and liquor dispenser, 24-hour complimentary room service, personal hot tubs, and private balconies.

Fans can also take advantage of the spa, onsite award-winning golf course, and a variety of excursions for an additional fee.

The Holy Ship Wrecked artist lineup and additional details will be revealed in June. Suite prices are per-person and start at $1299 for a quad, $1399 for a triple, and $1599 for a double occupancy room.

Starting May 3, fans can secure “pre-book tokens” with a $250 deposit to guarantee their spot and receive first pick at room types when the on-sale begins in June.

Holy Ship Wrecked is produced by Cloud 9 Adventures, HARD Events (part of the Insomniac Events/Live Nation family), and The Bowery Presents.


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