Electronic Music Cruise Holy Ship! Reveals Itinerary (Top Story)
On Thursday Electronic Music Cruise Holy Ship! Reveals Itinerary was a top story. Here is the recap: (MSO) Organizers of Holy Ship!, the annual three-day electronic music cruise through the Caribbean, have announced the itinerary for next year's cruise aboard the MSC Divina which will be taking place from January 3rd-6th.
On embarkation day (Sunday, January 3), the ship will set sail to the likes of Dillon Francis and Kaskade on the pool deck, while AC Slater's Night Bass party takes over the Black & White Lounge with Justin Martin, Hannah Wants and Gorgon City (DJ set), just to name a few. Meanwhile, in the ship's other music areas, Odesza and Slow Magic and others play the Divina's glamorous onboard theater; Skream, Lane 8 and Bakermat (DJ set) take over the Galaxy Disco; and for the first time Los Angeles collective Team Supreme will hold court at the Golden Jazz bar with Djemba Djemba, Mr. Carmack, Awe and Penthouse Penthouse.
The following day (Monday, January 4), HOLY SHIP! arrives to its first destination point--a private island--and will treat its cruisers to a party on the beach with sets from Destructo back-to-back with Justin Martin, Dillstradamus (that's Dillon Francis and Flosstradaums) and a very special surprise guest. As the sun sets, it's back aboard for the Outer Space theme night. Entertain your inner alien or "Star Wars" character to sets by Steve Aoki, Ryan Hemsworth or Robin Schultz and end the night with the return of Destructo's popular Sunrise Sermon.
The last day aboard (Tuesday, January 5) has HOLY SHIP! at full throttle. As the party carries over the ocean, cruisers have their choice of unique activities including Steve Aoki's Texas hold 'em poker tournament, Team Supreme's The Clash on the Caribbean, Valentino Khan's outrageous game hour, AC Slater's Night Bass bingo, GTA's Death 2 Genre's karaoke and autograph signings with all HOLY SHIP! artists. - here.
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