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Yes, Marillion To ‘Cruise To The Edge’

10:01 AM Monday 8/26/13 | |

A boatload of progressive rock awaits you come April when Yes and Marillion board the the MSC Divina for a Caribbean cruise along with Steve Hackett & Genesis Revisited UK, Queensryche, Tangerine Dream feat. Edgar Froese, Renaissance with Annie Halsam and more.

  • Yes

    Pearl Concert Theater, Las Vegas, Nev.
    July 12, 2013

    (Denise Truscello)

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A progressive rock fan’s dream come true, the lineup for the April 7-12 voyage also includes Saga, three members of Gentle Giant performing as Three Friends, and former Yes/Moody Blues keyboardist Patrick Moraz.

But we’re just scratching the surface for the adventure also includes performances by Lifesigns, Stickmen feat. Tony Levin, IO Earth, Strawbs, The Pineapple Thief, Soft Machine (Legacy), Sound Of Contract feat. Simon Collins, Electric Asturias, Presto Ballet, Moon Safari, Pavela Moore, Scale The Summit, The Prog Rock Orchestra, Heavy Mello and Cheap Thrill.

Plus, Yes album-cover artist Roger Dean will talk about the story behind his wondrous illustrations that decorated such albums as Fragile and Close To The Edge.

Expect special performances by, well, everyone plus unique “Storytellers” style concerts giving you the lowdown on how your favorite progressive rock songs and albums came about.

All this while the good ship Divina takes you to beautiful ports of call such as Isla de Roatan, Honduras and Cozumel, Mexico.

“Yes will once again host Cruise To The Edge this coming April 2014,” bassist Chris Squire said.  “Our first cruise turned out to be a lot of fun and I thoroughly recommend the experience.  If you’re a prog rock fan, even better as we have amassed a spectacular array of support talent for the cruise … see you there!”

Tickets are on sale now and include up to $500 in rebates for fans flying in from overseas.  Visit CruiseToTheEdge.com for more information.


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