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Panic en la Playa Siete

Join our Positive Legacy Programs During Panic en la Playa Siete

Positive Legacy is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to integrate music and service to benefit people and the environment. Working in conjunction with Cloud 9 Adventures, Positive Legacy coordinates service projects for destination events in many different countries. Fueled by the power of music, and a passion for sustainability, Positive Legacy strives to transcend cultural boundaries by learning about the needs and aspirations of the communities we visit and serving them with action from musicians and fans!

Here are some easy and fun ways to engage in Positive Legacy at Panic en la Playa:


Day of Community Connection & Celebration w/ Positive Legacy, In Partnership w/ Dreams For Mayan Children

Sunday Jan 28th – Event DAY 3 – 9:30am-3:00pm TICKETS HERE!

Join Positive Legacy for our first visit to the local community, Comunidad de Chemuyil, for a day of cultural exchange, community service and celebration!

We hope you can join us to help to create and build waste management stations, improve community infrastructure and beautify a community park! This afternoon of interactive entertainment will benefit the community and provide the opportunity for local children and adults to see and learn about the benefits of sustainable practices as we implement the first step towards a community wide waste management systems. We will lead by example while creating lasting improvements in the community and teaching all about the importance of sustainable practices.

There will be various community improvement projects including site clean-up, building community workshop benches and tables, tree restoration and painting colorful murals.

Finally, we will settle in for the afternoon at Xcacel, a local Sea Turtle Sanctuary Beach and Cenote with local music, dancing, games and a lunch of local cuisine to be served by community leaders. To conclude the interactive and cultural excursion we will host an informative discussion of future and current projects with our partners before returning back to the resort for a wonderful evening of music.

More info and tickets HERE!


The Positive Legacy Charity Auction

Silent Auction: 4:30-7:00pm, Live Auction: 6:30pm (Hacienda Lobby)

Come bid on autographed photos, concert tickets, and unique memorabilia from Panic en la Playa musicians at the live and silent auctions! 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? 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 Kara today about donating an item: kara@positivelegacy.com


Get Involved in Daily Activities

PELP Siete Golf Tournament: Saturday, Jan 27 (Event Day 2) 9am – 2pm $50

Hit the greens with Sunny for a round of golf in support of Positive Legacy’s charitable programs at the Hard Rock Golf Club. Greens fees and transportation are paid through the Hard Rocks Resort Credit system; but, that system can NOT handle payment for the charitable portion of the tournament’s cost. Sunny has asked that each player contribute $50 or more in support of Positive Legacy if you’re joining us for this trip around the course. Two players will be drawn randomly on the way to the course to play your rounds WITH Sunny in his group of 4!!  There will also be closest to the pin contests and random draws for fabulous prizes!

Texas Hold em’ Tournament: Monday, Jan 29th (Event Day 4) 2pm – 5pm w/ Ivan Neville, Chris Jacobs, Jennifer Hartswick & More (Hacienda Theater)

Come join in the fun while supporting a good cause! $60 cash buy in and a guarantee for a good time! $50 goes to the winner and $10 goes to Positive Legacy’s humanitarian projects.

WSMFP Musical Poolside Bingo w/ Kevin Scott: Monday, Jan 29th (Event Day 4) 3pm-4pm (Heaven Pool)

Come join in the fun while supporting a good cause. $60 cash buy in and a guarantee for a good time! $50 goes to the winner and $10 goes to Positive Legacy’s humanitarian projects.

Positive Legacy SET LIST CHALLENGE:

Do you think you’re lucky enough to beat the rest of us?! Well, here is you chance to prove it!  Each play is a $10 suggested donation that will enter you to win various Positive Legacy and Panic en La Playa gifts!! The purchase price is a direct donation to the Positive Legacy Organization and will further our impact in the region of Mexico as well as internationally. Enter to win at the Positive Legacy Headquarters in the Hacienda Lobby!


Call Out For Volunteers

We are always looking for a few good helping hands onsite at our events to:

  • Collect and organize donations at events
  • Assist our team to prepare items for our Charity Auctions
  • Staff the Positive Legacy table on site and share the activities and great work we are doing
  • Participate in one of Day of Service events
  • Act as a Volunteer Captain for “Day Of” events and outings

If you are interested, please contact Mary here: honiotes@positivelegacy.com


Donation Drive

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Bring a school supply, medical supply or sports toy with you to Panic en la Playa and Positive Legacy will distribute to the locals in need!

The donations collected during Panic en la Playa will be disbursed to the local medical clinics and schools. Help us as we provide necessary materials for schooling and essential medical supplies, together we can make a difference! Donation items should be brought to the Positive Legacy Headquarters on Event Day 1 or 2. Items will be brought into the community on Day 3.

Suggested School Supplies: Backpacks, pencils, notebooks, crayons, markers, colored pencils, calculators, rulers, and reams of paper.

Suggested Medical Supplies: Gloves, masks, swabs, bandages, gauze, antiseptics, ibuprofen & acetaminophen, allergy medicine, toothbrushes & toothpaste, eye drops, ace bandages, and hand sanitizer.

Suggested Toys: Soccer ball and pump, baseballs, jump ropes, etc.


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 to Panic en la Playa. Starting at only $15, your generosity helps to fund tree planting and clean cookstove construction in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Cuba. . Take this opportunity to feel empowered and leave your own positive legacy during Panic en la Playabecause every party has an impact!

For more information on our beneficiaries or programs, please visit our website: https://positivelegacy.com


Dream For Mayan Children Grant Update

Positive Legacy has been investing in various community projects in Mexico for the past 5 years. 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 2017 Positive Legacy again partnered with Dreams for Mayan Children, awarding a $10,500 grant to create a Learning Center in the community of Nuevo Durango. Their mission is to cultivate a variety of classes including basic computer skills, English language development, music education and traditional trade workshop. This project also includes supplying the Learning Center with needed materials and supplies to enable it to operate at maximum capacity for the community. Providing a resource for remote communities to utilize for expanded youth development and continued adult education is paramount for the survival of the Mayan culture.

Project Objectives:

  • Ecology Program-expansion of the organic garden area
  • Music Classes – with primary and secondary teachers
  • Computer Training
  • Artesenia (Traditional Handcrafts)
  • Language (Mayan/Spanish/English)