Meet Australia’s first three-day festival on a cruise ship
You’ve seen the aftermovies and photo galleries for Holy Ship, Groove Cruise, It’s The Ship and their other cruise-ship-festival brethren, so you know how epic the parties are when you’re at sea for several days on a floating festival with non-stop music and all the artists just hanging out like it’s no big thing.
The good news is, you no longer have to leave the country to experience a dance music festival on a cruise liner: meet Sea ‘N Beats, Australia’s first cruise festival.
Kicking off on Saturday 5 March 2016, Sea ‘N Beats sails from Brisbane to a mystery island off the Queensland coast and back again over the course of four days and three nights, with seven stages on the ship and a day party on the mystery island. The line-up is due to be announced in mid-March, but organisers are promising “the hottest names in electronic and dance music from all over Australia.”
Four person cabins start at $960 per person, and you can enquire about getting on the mailing list for pre-sale tickets now through the official website, or get more information at their Facebook page.