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Land Ho Shipfam: Holy Ship! Wrecked lays anchor down in Dominican Republic for new island-based music festival

EARMILK - May 1, 2019

The three-day festival will take over the entire Punta Cana resort and provide an all-inclusive experience with over twelve different beach parties and pool parties, plus four swim-up bars, a lazy river, and an expansive palm-lined beach throughout the day. Each fan will also have access to complementary/unlimited drinks including alcohol (no drink tickets + no bar bill!), complimentary meals in 9 different restaurants (including pizza, sushi, Mediterranean, Brazilian steakhouse, and 24 hour room service, among others); plus, free high speed internet throughout the entire property. This is where music fans go to dance, tan, drink, swim, and just flat out spoil themselves. If anything, this festival should be called “Holy Ship! Treat yo’ self”.

More importantly, Holy Ship! will maintain that Shipfam intimacy and keep the resort closed to outside guests. You and your friends will be enclosed in a Caribbean oasis surrounded by like-minded passionate music fans. But not only intimate in company but also physically throughout the resort. At any moments notice, you will be just steps away from your own private guest suites that come with a complimentary mini-bar and liquor dispenser, 24-hour room service, your own personal hot tub, and a private balcony. Not to mention that each guest suite is an average of 3 times the size of those cozy (sardine can) cabins that fans have learned to love.

Now, for the nitty and gritty.

Taken from the site: Prices are per person and start at $1299 for a quad, $1399 for a triple, and $1599 for a double occupancy room. A $250 deposit holds your spot to book a room when the lineup is announced; fans can put down their deposit when tokens go on sale on May 3 at 1pm Eastern Standard Time // 10am Pacific. Only one deposit is required per room at this time. Your travel mates will put their deposit on the room at the time of booking.

And for both our sakes, please leave the Fyre Fest jokes at home.