Along with Kansas new additions to the 2013 ship of fun include Atlanta Rhythm Section, Melvin Seals & JGB, Citizens Band Radio and The Blue Lords.
You can add the above artists to previously announced acts Bachman And Turner, 38 Special, The Marshall Tucker Band, Blue Oyster Cult, Foghat, Molly Hatchet, Kentucky Headhunters, Pat Travers Band, Artimus Pyle Band, Black Oak Arkansas, Royal Southern Brotherhood, Devon Allman’s Honeytribe, Swampdawamp, and Whiskey Myers.
The Jan. 10-14 rock extravaganza onboard Royal Caribbean’s 18-deck Liberty Of The Seas includes three performance venues with each band performing two or three shows, giving fans multiple opportunities for catching their favorite acts.
But if you’re thinking that’s way too much rock for any one fan to handle, shipboard activities include on-board surfing made possible by a FlowRider wave, a boxing ring, a full-sized volleyball/basketball court, gourmet eateries and more. Plus, while the ship is docked at a private resort in Labadee, Haiti, you can partake in Caribbean adventures such as kayaking, snorkeling, parasailing and more.
Passage on the Rock Legends Cruise II begins at $649 plus taxes, port fees and gratuities with a portion of each booking going towards the Native American Heritage Association. Visit RockLegendsCruise.com for everything you need to know.