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Panic en la Playa Seis

How To Get Involved at Panic en la Playa Seis!

Positive Legacy, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, was created to expand the positive experiences of those attending Cloud 9 Adventures destination events around the globe. Positive Legacy’s mission is to create meaningful opportunities for musicians and fans to get involved in humanitarian and environmental outreach projects in the communities we travel to and inspire music fans and artists to take action.
Here are some ways you can get involved with the cause at Panic en la Playa:

Day of Service & Cultural Connection with Positive Legacy w/ Special Guest Sunny Ortiz

Wednesday 3/1 – Day 3 – 10:45am-4:15pm $50 (Meet at PL HQ Hacienda Lobby)

Join Positive Legacy for a day of community connection, cultural emersion and celebration as we venture to the nearby traditional Mayan community of Dos Palmas. Community members from Campamento Hidalgo will make a 2-hour journey to join us there to share their cultural heritage with us. We will be treated to a traditional Mayan meal and music performance by the children, and guests can participate in arts and crafts, tortilla making, mural painting and a traditional Temazcal ceremony. Get your ticket HERE!


Charity Auction

Thursday 3/2 – Day 4 – Silent Auction 4:00pm-7:00pm, Live Auction at 6:30pm (Hacienda Lobby)

Come bid on signed photos, concert tickets, autographed guitars and other unique memorabilia from Panic en la Playa musicians and artisans. Auction proceeds support Positive Legacy’s humanitarian and environmental projects!

Do you have a unique item that you would like to donate to the Positive Legacy Charity Auction during Panic en la Playa Seis? Your donation will be on display throughout the event and the funds that your item raises will go directly to our environmental & humanitarian projects in the local community.

Contact us today about donating an item: kara@positivelegacy.com


Donation Drive

When packing your suitcase, remember to pack school & medical supplies for the local community in need. Your contribution helps supply necessary schooling and essential medical supplies to the local community.

As request from the Panic Fans, we are extending our outreach to the animals of Mexico. We have added a few requested items from our new partner, Playa Animal Rescue of Playa del Carmen.

Drop donations at Positive Legacy Headquarters on Day 1 and 2!

Suggested Items: Musical instruments, backpacks, composition notebooks, school supplies, children’s clothing, children’s shoes, tooth brushes & toothpaste, basic medical supplies, dog collars & leashes, pet toys, heart worm and flea & tick medication.


Charity Golf Tournament

Tuesday 2/28 – Day 2 – 10:30am

Join Sunny Ortiz for a round in support of Positive Legacy’s charitable programs at the Hard Rock Golf Club. A minimum donation of $50 is asked to participate in this unforgettable tournament played on some of the finest green south of the border. Donations can be made in advance here or onsite at the Positive Legacy check-in table. We happily remind guest that 100% of your donation is tax deductible, so come join in on the fun for your chance to win a ton of great prizes!

Tournament Info
Please complete this form in order to sign up for the golf tournament. If you would like to book another T-time feel free to email directly: gcarreno@hrhrivieramaya.com


Musical Poolside BINGO

Thursday 3/2 – Day 4 – 3:00 – 4:00pm (Heaven Pool)

While enjoying your afternoon by the pool, join Positive Legacy in a game of BINGO! Two games, $20 buy-in for 2 games and the opportunity to win great prizes! 100% of the proceeds go to funding Positive Legacy’s humanitarian and environmental projects!


Texas Hold ’em Tournament

Wednesday 3/1 – Day 3 – 2:00-5:00pm (Theater)

Come join the fun and show your support for Positive Legacy’s environmental and humanitarian projects by playing Texas Hold ’em! $60 cash buy in. $10 goes to Positive Legacy and the remaining goes to the pot for the winner!


Set List Pool

Enter to win on days 1 & 2 at Positive Legacy Headquarters

Panic fans take a chance on the guessing game in the SETLIST POOL on nights 1 & 2 in which 50% of entry totals are split among winners and 50% benefit Positive Legacy. Get your entry form at Positive Legacy Headquarters next to Cloud 9 Customer Service.


Offset Your Carbon Footprinttwp_logo-300x188

Positive Legacy and Trees, Water & People make it easy to travel responsibly, by offsetting the emissions from your travel. $15 carbon offset donation made here will support a community tree nursery that is producing 10,000 trees a year for rural communities on the north coast of Haiti; providing fruit, improved soil quality, timber and the sequestration of thousands of tons of carbon dioxide emissions over their lifetimes. Take this opportunity to feel empowered and offset your carbon for your travel to Panic en la Playa! $15 carbon offset donation made here will support a community tree nursery that is producing 10,000 trees a year for rural communities on the north coast of Haiti; providing fruit, improved soil quality, timber and the sequestration of thousands of tons of carbon dioxide emissions over their lifetimes. Take this opportunity to feel empowered and offset your carbon for your travel to Panic en la Playa!. Offset your trip HERE!


Partner Information

In October 2016, Positive Legacy awarded Dreams for Mayan Children a $9,400 grant to support better educational outcomes and complete necessary renovations for the U Sasil Kaan School in Campamento Hidalgo, Mexico. Campamento Hidalgo a small indigenous village with a population of 200 people located in the Eastern Yucatan Peninsula. It is a true living Mayan community, where ancient traditions still exist and the Mayan language is commonly spoken, but has mostly been forgotten by the outside world.

In partnership with Positive Legacy, Dreams for Mayan Children’s Project Caring will address the dmc-logocommunity driven goals of building a block wall that will enclose the school, allowing the children to play safely and prevent vandalism, improve the school’s dining structure so they will have a clean & sanitary environment, as well as restore the basketball court and soccer goal posts. With the support of their families and teachers, we will create an appropriate space for their development so they have a better educational experience!

Dreams for Mayan Children is a small but dedicated group of people with a strong belief in giving the children the chance of a better future. They work to provide Mayan children and teachers with learning materials, build playgrounds and community infrastructure, provide volunteer opportunities and keep the Mayan language and culture alive in the Yucatan Peninsula where rural communities have very little or no support at all. For more information on DMC please visit their website HERE.