The Rock Boat, the first-ever music festival at sea, will once again feature non-stop music. Aside from the hosts and headliners, Tonic, Red Wanting Blue, Welshly Arms, Gaelic Storm and Carbon Leaf will also perform. Melodime, The Brevet, Amy Gerhartz, Tall Heights, Brett Newski & The No Tomorrow are also on the bill and more will be announced later.
“It would be impossible to overstate the pride, love, and gratitude we have for The Rock Boat,” Sister Hazel’s Ken Block says. “Everything that it’s meant to us as musicians, artists, community builders and as a creative team goes way beyond words. It’s a huge part of our identity. But more than anything, we’re extremely proud of the positive ripple effect it has had on so many talented artists — and in the lives of so many amazing fans and music lovers from around the world. It’s the signature event of our 25-year career and will be one hell of a legacy.”
“And the beauty of it is that it’s about everyone who has ever been even a small part of the first 19 Rock Boats. Whether you’ve been an artist, a fan or a Sixthman team member — It’s always been about the sum of the parts. It’s about equal parts music, people and relationships. When we got off of the first cruise, we all knew we were on to something special. And it’s been life-changing for countless people. And as we get ready to celebrate 20 years of Rock Boats, it’s so exciting to see it cruising along as healthy and energized as ever. Long live TRB!”
Sixthman is presenting the cruise that sets sail from Miami to Harvest Caye, Belize and Roatan, Honduras. The cruise happens Jan. 24 through Jan. 29 on the Norwegian Pearl. Guests can reserve their cabin for as low as $150 per person. Flexible payment plans are also available.
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