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Rock and Blues concert cruises feature rock festival and club dancing

The heat of July has arrived and Summer Rock and Blues Concert Cruises have been shaking things up on Boston Harbor with a cruise packed with live music from local and nationally-known artists!

A view from the boat in the sunshine
A view from the boat in the sunshine
Courtesy of Jeanne Denizard
See the music festival on Sunday, July 20!
Courtesy of Rock and Blues concert cruise!

Each concert cruise is aboard the Provincetown II at the World Trade Center Pier at 200 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, Massachusetts, offering a cash bar and a selection of food concessions on board. Visit their Facebook page and for tickets and further information as new acts are added!

Returning favorites to the Summer Rock and Blues concert stage include Connecticut-based electric band Max Creek on Saturday, July 13, and the irresistible funk and disco sounds of ‘Booty Vortex’ on Sunday, August 10! Connecticut-based electric rock band Max Creek, a group who have performed together for over 40 years, features John Rider on electric bass, Scott Murawski on guitar, Mark Mercier on keyboards, Bill Carbone on drums, and Jamemurrell Stanley on percussion. They are currently working on a box set called ‘Maxology.’ Hear their music at

Spend time in the sun with Boston’s funk and disco band Booty Vortex who will get the party started, keeping cruisers on their feet with their irresistible dance music on Sunday, August 10! To learn more about this energetic 12-piece blast from the past, visit

A summer concert cruise season continues with a Boston Harbor Music Festival aboard the Provincetown II. The Boston Rock and Soul Fest features a seemingly endless afternoon filled with live music from Jugghead Band, Jenee Halstead, Baker Thomas Band, Brothers McCann, George Woods and many more! Climb aboard for The Boston Rock and Soul Fest on Sunday, July 20 at 2:30 p.m.

Having recently celebrated their latest CD release, 'Little Stones to Break the Giant's Heart,' eclectic artist Dietrich Strause takes the stage along with the modern, lively, acoustic sounds of American Roots band ‘Barnstar!’ on Sunday, August 24 at 8 p.m.

Visit to order tickets for this exciting series!

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