Ahoy young seafarers who fear cruises might be boring, here’s one that will change you mind in the beat of a drum. It's a chance to rock out with superstar muscians while you cruise the balmy Caribbean this winter. It’s only multi-platinum rock band 311 and Sixthman who is staging this four-day 311 Caribbean Cruise 2015 – Soundsystem Jamaica festival at sea . The four-day music festival at sea sails from Miami, Florida to Ocho Rios,Jamaica from February 25 - March 1, 2015.
Once on board you will get to see 311 performing three entirely different shows, one of which will feature 1999's hit album Soundsystem played in its entirety, marking the first time they have ever played the album live from start to finish. "The 311 Cruise is just such an amazing experience for us and our fans. The energy and unity on the ship is always incredible. We especially can't wait to go to Jamaica this time and to play Soundsystem in its entirety. It's a dream trip for us and our fans," says 311 vocalist/guitarist Nick Hexu (see in photo).
In addition to themed events and activities passengers will be treated to a lineup of bands, DJs, comedians, and other entertainers that will perform throughout the cruise. The behemoth boat boasts 15 decks, lots of dining and entertainment options, 13 bars and lounges,an outdoor pool, hot tubs, and an mega-spa.
For more info go to www.311cruise.com, or check out the video recap of the 2013 event: http://www.311cruise.com/festival/video-player/253/.
Atlanta-based Sixthman stages festivals at sea designed help fans LIVE LOUD. Since 2001,the company has pioneered cruise experiences for bands, brands that include 67 full ship charters, hosting 153,765 guests.