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Gov't Mule Island Exodus: 1/15-1/19 Negril, Jamaica

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Gov't Mule Island Exodus: January 15-19 Negril, Jamaica



Gov't Mule


Gov't Mule has announced The First Annual GOV'T MULE ISLAND EXODUS, taking place at The Grand Lido Negril Resort in Negril, Jamaica, January 15 through the 19 (4 nights).

Grand Lido Negril is a SUPER-INCLUSIVE resort, meaning that all meals and beverages (including top shelf liquor), as well as non-motorized water sports, scuba diving, airport to resort ground transportation & all gratuities are included.

This event will feature three full-length Gov't Mule shows and a Warren Haynes solo show on the beach just steps from the ocean. The band will be bringing some special guests with them, such as long time collaborator Ron Holloway on saxophone, and DJ Logic will be spinning nightly in the Atlantis nightclub.



In addition, the long weekend will feature unique activities with Gov't Mule and its extended family, such as:



- Poster Signing with Gov't Mule


- The Gov't Mule Invitation Golf Tournament Hosted By Danny Louis *


- True Roadie Stories w/ Brian Farmer


- Matt Abts Drum Clinic


- Farmer Sez


- The “Crew-lywed" Game featuring members of the GM road crew


- Gov't Mule On Stage & Off Photo Exhibit - Featuring the photography of Chris Rushin & Lance Eubanks


* Will require an additional Greens Fee



Reservations will begin on Tuesday July 28, and early bird pricing will run through August 15. More information, including prices, cabin levels & payment options can be found at www.mule.net/islandexodus.

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