Progressive Rock Band Yes to Headline Norwegian Cruise Line Festival
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Taking a cruise is already a unique vacation experience, but Norwegian Cruise Line is taking the concept to the next level once again with the third annual Cruise to the Edge progressive rock festival at sea.
For those who book a trip on the Norwegian Pearl during its Nov. 15 voyage from Miami to several locations in the Caribbean, there will be an onboard concert series featuring rock legends Yes and over a dozen other bands.
According to the official website of the concert festival at sea, the other performers include Marillion, Anathema, Alan Holdsworth, Three Friends, PFM, Saga, Martin Barre, Caravan, Spock's Beard, Nektar, änglagrd, Lifesigns, Bigelf, IO Earth, Airbag, Casey McPherson, Messenger, Dave Kerzner, Moon Safari, Barracuda Triangle, Jolly, Enchant, Thank You Scientist, Steve Rothery, Bad Dreams, and AHEPJ.
During the four-night journey, the best acts in progressive rock from today and yesterday will showcase their skills and unleash some fantastic music. The 2,394-passenger Norwegian Pearl will be packed with rock and roll fans for this voyage.
Not only will British journalist and Yes expert Jon Kirkman host the concert festival, but there will also be a pre-voyage concert featuring Martin Barre of Jethro Tull, Three Friends and Lifesigns in Miami on Nov. 14.
For those looking to book their journey on the Cruise to the Edge festival, prices start at start at $575 per person in four-person cabins, and $849 per person in two-person cabins.
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