TESLA, KIX, Y&T, GREAT WHITE, HELIX, XYZ Confirmed For 'Monsters Of Rock' Cruise

TESLA, KIX, Y&T, GREAT WHITE, HELIX, XYZ and ENUFF Z'NUFF are the first confirmed bands for the second installment of the Monsters Of Rock cruise, set to take place March 16-20, 2013.

Featuring some of the greatest artists of the '70s and '80s era, the Monsters Of Rock cruise will be an epic voyage, not to be missed by the avid heavy metal fan. This cruise journey will visit CoCoCay and Freeport, Bahamas plus a rockin' bonus day at sea, sailing the emerald waters of the Bahamas, in this unprecedented heavy metal festival at sea.

The cruise is based on a legendary rock festival at Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England. Seven metal bands and thousands of rabid fans converged on the soggy turf of Donington Park and became part of rock history as a historic event was born — the Monsters Of Rock. Fast forward to today. The tradition of the Monsters Of Rock is reborn, this time in the Bahamas aboard a luxury cruise ship, showcasing the greatest floating '80s heavy metal festival in history.

For one all-inclusive price, fans will enjoy a myriad of special heavy metal concerts, events and activities, designed to please the most discerning rock 'n' roll metalhead. While the music is the centerpiece, this is more than a concert cruise event. It is fantasy camp designed for interaction between artists and fans. The fun will begin the moment fans begin to board the beautiful MSC Poesia, meeting new friends poolside during the kickoff Sailaway Concert.

The Monsters Of Rock cruise is a playground for the serious heavy metal fan where music and a luxury cruise hook up for the vacation of a lifetime. Fans can reserve their spot aboard now with a pre-sale deposit of only $99 per cabin. Pre-sale reservations can be made for the Monsters Of Rock cruise on a first-come-first-served basis and will only be available at MonstersOfRockCruise.com. The official on-sale date will be announced in the weeks to come, so confirm your spot today as this cruise will sell out quickly. Final pricing, artists, port details and more will be announced at that time.


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