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Rock Legends Cruise III add two more performers to 2015 trip

Rock Icons Alice Cooper and Paul Rodgers added to “Rock Legends Cruise III Music Festival at Sea” to benefit Native American Heritage Association
Rock Icons Alice Cooper and Paul Rodgers added to “Rock Legends Cruise III Music Festival at Sea” to benefit Native American Heritage Association
Rock Legends Cruise III

Rock Icons Alice Cooper and Paul Rodgers added to “Rock Legends Cruise III Music Festival at Sea” to benefit Native American Heritage Association

Cruise will feature over fifty concerts by classic rocks finest on the beautiful Royal Caribbean’s “Liberty of the Seas”

For those of you who love taking cruises and love classic rock as well, it is time to start making plans for the February 2015 departure date of the “Rock Legends Cruise III Music Festival at Sea”.

Just announced, legendary shock rocker and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Alice Cooper as well as the incomparable Paul Rodgers (who returns from Cruise II by popular demand) will be joining 16 other classic rock acts for over fifty concerts while sailing the seas.

"Cruising with my friends The Doobie Brothers and Mr. Cooper, in aid of those living below the poverty line who are assisted by the Native American Heritage Association, is a win-win situation," states Paul Rodgers.

The two latest additions join an already star studded list of groups and performers that include Dave Mason's Traffic Jam, The Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, Rik Emmett, Ten Years After and the Artimus Pyle Band (see currently confirmed line-up in its entirety below). Each group and performer will be showcased up to three times during the cruise. The current list is responsible for over 50 Top 40 hits as well as a score of fan favorites and this trip represents the ultimate classic rock vacation of a lifetime.

Rock Legends Cruise III will depart Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida early Thursday evening (February 19, 2015), then dock in Nassau, Bahamas the following Saturday (2/21/15) before returning to Fort Lauderdale on Monday morning, February 23, 2015.

Also included in the festivities will be meet and greets, Q&A forums as well as all the on board amenities including surfing (thanks to the ship's FlowRider surf simulator), basketball (full-sized court), boxing (full-sized ring), golf (mini course), rock-climbing (wall), cantilevered whirlpools and a variety of gourmet restaurants and casual dining.

Although cabins are selling quickly, a variety of levels are still available including Interior, Promenade Interior, Ocean View, Superior Ocean View with Balcony, Junior Suites with Balcony and "Family" level offerings with pricing beginning at $1099.00 per person (double occupancy).

For further information including specific details, ticket/cabin purchase, what's included and answers to FAQ's, please go to www.rocklegendscruise.com or call 888-666-1499.

For information on Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas, please see http://www.royalcaribbean.com/liberty

Current Rock Legends Cruise III Line-up

The Doobie Brothers
Alice Cooper
Paul Rodgers
38 Special
The Marshall Tucker Band
Dave Mason's Traffic Jam
Blue Oyster Cult
Uriah Heep
The Outlaws
Molly Hatchet
Rik Emmett
The Edgar Winter Band
Ten Years After
Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown
Pat Travers Band
The Artimus Pyle Band
Swamp Da Wamp
The Blue Lords

Stay tuned for further possible additions!

About the Native American Heritage Association

The Native American Heritage Association is celebrating its 20th year working on reservations in South Dakota and has been a 4-star charity with www.charitynavigator.org for a total of nine years. Native American Heritage Association tractor trailers are on the road daily with supplies to the various far flung communities and 94% of the organization's total revenue goes towards program services which provide basic life necessities, including fuel assistance and medical transportation to 90,000 people. Many of these residents face an 80% rate of unemployment; 70% don't have transportation and many of those who do, don't have the means to purchase gas. These Lakota Sioux live in abandoned school buses, shacks or government housing with no insulation, some live without indoor plumbing, in homes with dirt floors, no beds or furniture. More information can be found at: www.naha-inc.org.