Mike Portnoy Reveals Full Progressive Nation At Sea Lineup

08/30/2013
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(Prog) The full lineup of Mike Portnoy's Progressive Nation At Sea cruising festival has been confirmed. A total of 23 bands including Transatlantic, Spock's Beard, Jon Anderson and King's X will deliver more than 40 shows over the four-day voyage, which sets sail from Miami to the Bahamas on February 18 next year.

Proceedings will be rounded out with a series of Q&A sessions, workshops, panel conversations and other activities. Former Dream Theater drummer Portnoy recently explained: "In 2008 and 2009, I created a touring package called Progressive Nation, and with Dream Theater headlining, we did three full tours showcasing bands who embraced the spirit and musicality of progressive music.

"After a five-year hiatus, I decided to resurrect Progressive Nation but rather than a four-band bill we have expanded the bill to over twenty of today's greatest progressive bands, musicians and artists." Check out the full lineup here.

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