Moon Crush ‘Harvest Moon’ With Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, More Set For October

Moon Crush

Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Tedeschi Trucks, and Bonnie Raitt head up Moon Crush’s “Harvest Moon,” the second installment of the popular “music vacation” October 20-23 in Miramar Beach, Florida.

Behind the female-forward headliners, other performers include Ben Harper, Lennon Stella, Keb’ Mo’, Phil & Tim Hanseroth, Brett Dennen, Joshua Radin, Joy Oladokun and Molly Tuttle. 
Debuting in April, the event is unique in that it’s a music-focused vacation destination, rather than a festival. With just one huge stage and all performances taking place in the evening, Moon Crush offers attendees plenty of beach, social and leisure time before the evening concerts, at which fans will be assigned music “coves” — including on-demand food and beverage delivery — that facilitate groups of friends and family members.
Ticket presale registration begins today at 2 p.m. local time for past Moon Crush guests, with public onsale beginning June 28. 
The brainchild of Topeka CEO Andy Levine, Moon Crush is staged on a golf course that provides ample access to hundreds of rental homes and condos that provide easy, golf cart access to the grounds and local beaches and offers a one-of-a-kind, meaningful experience to guests. 
Fan coves and group and vacation leisure activities provide an intimate and connected environment, bringing attendees closer to their loved ones as well as to their favorite artists. 
“This is a dream lineup for us led by an amazing group of female artists and supported by a great cast of performers,” says Levine. “Our goal is to offer a lineup of artists you would normally see at a 50,000-person festival on one stage for 5,000 people. We treat everyone like a VIP here, which allows us to build community.
“The feedback from our inaugural music vacation this past April was overwhelming,” adds Levine. “The guests loved having their own coves and being able to use an app to have food and drinks delivered to them, so we just moved the coves closer together… Without the need for masks and distancing, we are looking forward to seeing everyone’s smiles.”