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Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea


Guitarist Joe Bonamassa and Sixthman, an industry leader in festivals at sea, have announced the final lineup of the second annual “Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea” music festival sailing aboard the Norwegian Pearl Feb. 15-19 from Miami to Cozumel, Mexico.

Guests will enjoy four days of non-stop tunes and musical collaborations. Blues-inspired acts confirmed to participate include Joe Bonamassa, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Blues Traveler, Beth Hart, Vintage Trouble, Marc Broussard, Shemekia Copeland, The James Hunter Six, Eric Bibb with Michael Jerome Browne, Monophonics, SIMO, Eric Gales, Johnny A., Black Pistol Fire, Davy Knowles, Kirk Fletcher & Josh Smith, Selwyn Birchwood, Jarekus Singleton, Gary Nicholson, Jim Suhler, Little Hurricane, Larkin Poe, Brother Hawk, and Homemade Jamz Blues Band.

These diverse artists were handpicked to join the festival and create a blend of styles all rooted in the blues.

Double occupancy staterooms on Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea begin at US$875 per person, plus taxes and fees. With less than 150 cabins available, agents with clients wishing to join this event are encouraged to book soon at

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