Lyle Lovett Curates New Music Vacation in November: ‘Moon Crush: Cowboy Moon’

Lyle Lovett - Photo by Michael Wilson

Release – Lyle Lovett has curated his own music vacation, called “Moon Crush: Cowboy Moon,” set to hit the shores of Miramar Beach, in Florida’s panhandle this November 1-3. The Lovett weekend is the latest in a growing business niche that blends live music, tourism and hospitality all under one roof.

Lyle Lovett and his Large Band are set to headline two of the three nights, with further performances by Little Feat, Jason Isbell, Molly Tuttle, The Mavericks, Hayes Carll, Nikki Lane and Paul Thorn.

Cowboy Moon joins the lineup of Topeka music vacation weekends taking place in Miramar Beach, kicking off with Moon Crush Pink Moon coming up April 18-21. Moon Crush Pink Moon features performances by Noah Kahan, Lake Street Dive, Marcus King, The Revivalists and others, as well as entertainment weekends curated by Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Avett Brothers and more.

Topeka getaways in 2024 include:

Moon Crush “Pink Moon” (April 18-21): In its fourth year, Moon Crush features a lineup of Noah Kahan, Lake Street Dive, Marcus King, The Revivalists, Charley Crockett, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, The Head And The Heart, Dawes, Larkin Poe and more.

Lauren Daigle’s “Kaleidoscope Beach Weekend” (April 25-27): The weekend features three evenings of music with performances by Daigle all three nights, including a special Worship night, plus Jon Batiste, Natalie Hemby, Kari Jobe, Ellie Holcomb and more.

Tedeschi Trucks Band’s “Sun, Sand and Soul Beach Weekend” (May 2-4): The band will take the stage for two of the three nights, in addition to performances by JJ Grey & Mofro, The Teskey Brothers, Blackberry Smoke, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Maggie Rose, Duane Betts and Karina Rykman.

Brandi Carlile’s “Mothership Weekend” (May 10-12): Celebrating Mother’s Day, Carlile’s beloved Mothership Weekend returns for its second installment, featuring performances by Bonnie Raitt, Sara Bareilles, Black Pumas, Nickel Creek, The Hanseroth Twins, Devon Gilfillian and S.G. Goodman.

Luke Combs’ “Bootleggers Bonfire” (October 10-12): Luke Combs curates his first Topeka weekend, which will see Combs’ headlining two nights with his full band, plus performances from The Wildcards, Craig Morgan and Tracy Lawrence.

The Avett Brothers’ “Moon Crush: An Avett Moon” (November 8-10): Curated by the Avett Brothers, the weekend will feature performances by Greensky Bluegrass, Band of Horses, Shakey Graves, Grace Potter and more.

Topeka unveiled their one-of-a-kind Music Vacation in 2021 with the first installment of Moon Crush—the first multi-day destination event in the country following COVID. They immediately gained nationwide recognition for their innovative take on the classic music festival.

For more information go to the Topeka website.