ATLANTA, GA – GRAMMY® Award-winning band Train is returning to sea on the Norwegian Pearl for the 6th Edition of the Sail Across The Sun music and wine festival. The 4-night floating festival will travel between Miami, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay, the Bahamas from February 14- 18, 2020. Train, and the 2,500 lucky vacationers, will be joined by Comedian George Lopez and hitmakers Matt Nathanson, Ezra Ray Hart (featuring Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray, Kevin Griffin of Better Than Ezra, and Emerson Hart of Tonic), The Dan Band, The Rembrandts, Yacht Rock Revue, Temecula Road, and more artists TBA for four days of non-stop music and fun. Fans can register for the pre-sale for priority booking at sailacrossthesun.com. All staterooms that are booked during the pre-sale period by April 17th will gain access to an exclusive, acoustic mini-set by Train.
SAIL ACROSS THE SUN AND GRAMMY® AWARD WINNERS TRAIN ANNOUNCE MORE PERFORMERS JOINING THE 6TH VOYAGE OF THE POPULAR CRUISE
BAND JOINED BY COMEDIAN GEORGE LOPEZ, MATT NATHANSON, EZRA RAY HART, THE DAN BAND, THE REMBRANDTS AND MORE SAILING FROM MIAMI TO NASSAU AND GREAT STIRRUP CAY, BAHAMAS, FEBRUARY 14- 18, 2020
Register for the pre-sale for priority booking by April 17th at sailacrossthesun.com.
All staterooms booked during the pre-sale will gain access to an acoustic mini-set by Train.
Sail Across The Sun vacationers will be treated to two electric and one acoustic set from Train, numerous activities with various performers throughout the trip, autograph sessions and dozens of musical performances across six stages. Additional entertainers will be added to the diverse music lineup in coming months.
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A destination of her own, Norwegian Pearl offers guests Norwegian Cruise Line’s signature freedom and flexibility to enjoy 11 onboard bars and lounges, 15 dining experiences, one outdoor pool, hot tubs, and a full menu of spa treatments. Enjoy out of this world duty-free shopping and diverse culture in beautiful Nassau and take a day to soak up the sun in gorgeous Great Stirrup Cay.