On the eve of its sold out LA sailing, Groove Cruise, the world’s first and largest floating dance music festival, announced the phase one headliners for its January Miami sailing, taking place January 22-26, 2016 and sailing on-board the Norwegian Pearl.
The Miami Cruise will see Groove Cruise once again chart new waters, as it will be the first electronic music cruise to sail to Jamaica, where waterfall parties and private beaches await in Ocho Rios. Groove Cruise is the only musical cruise to sail from both East and West Coasts, and was the first ever electronic dance music cruise, kicking off in 2004.
Miami’s phase one headliners include the ultimate party starting duo Dada Life, Dutch dance star Bingo Players, alongside long-standing Groove Cruise favorite Markus Schulz and fellow trance titan Dash Berlin.
Four days of sunsets, sunrises and the incredible Caribbean coastline await. All Miami suites have sold out, State Rooms are available here: http://www.thegroovecruise.com/miami
About Groove Cruise
What started in 2004, as a group of 125 thrill-seeking house heads sailing on a cruise together, has now erupted into the World’s Largest Floating Dance Music Festival. The Groove Cruise is the only music cruise to sail from both East and West coasts, and is a 96 hour, non-stop experience, comprised of 4 straight days of beach & pool parties, as well as themed extravaganzas and onboard events that rival the best dance music festivals in the world. The Groove Cruise is produced by Whet Travel.
Over 15,000 people each year choose Whet Travel for their music cruise adventure. Whet Travel oversees six unique themed cruises including Groove Cruise Miami and LA, Ship Rocked, Motorhead’s Motorboat, The Zen Cruise, and Inception At Sea. Inc Magazine ranked Whet Travel as the #4 fastest growing travel company in the country.