Cloud 9 Adventures has announced that their annual Holidaze event will not be returning in 2019.

The Holidaze tradition started back in 2007 with host bands Umphrey’s McGee and The Disco Biscuits, creating what would be the first concert vacation of its kind.

The “Holidaze family” eventually expanded with STS9 as another host band, along with a reliable rotation of up-and-coming bands, thousands of loyal fans, and various locations, including the Caribbean, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic.

According to the company’s announcement, Holidaze is taking a “siesta in 2019,” but will return the “following winter” for what will be the “best Holidaze experience yet”. Read the full message:

In related news, yesterday, Cloud 9’s Jam Cruise detailed their plans for their 18th-annual voyage, setting sail January 7th–12th, 2020. Returning to the MSC Divina for the first time since 2016, the boat will make port stops in Ocean Cay, Bahamas and Costa Maya, Mexico after embarking from Miami, FL. In addition, after expanding to six days and three port stops for Jam Cruise 17, this year’s cruise will return to its previous 5-day, 2-port schedule.

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