GROOVE CRUISE MIAMI RECENTLY ANNOUNCED THE WORLD’S LARGEST FLOATING ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL SET SAIL FOR ITS 15TH ANNIVERSARY IN JANUARY 2019.
With an all new theme, new port, and new destinations, Groove Cruise Miami 2019 is sure to be one for the books.
The 2019 theme has been dubbed ‘The Compass.’ This theme has a double meaning, according to a press release from The Confluence Group, the company behind Groove Cruise.
“More than just a signifier of true north, The Compass is a tool used to navigate both the high seas and the inner path of one’s intuition. No matter which path is chosen, the compass will guide those who heed its call through the landscape where you need it most.”
Departing from a new port in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, the cruise will sail from Jan. 10 to 14, 2019. For the first time ever, Groove Cruise will be heading to the tropical island of Cozumel, Mexico and intimate Key West, Florida.
Unlike years prior, the port is just a short cab ride from the local airport, enabling attendees to get to the boat in a matter of minutes.
Bookings are currently available but are going fast. To secure your spot on the original electronic dance music festival cruise, visit the Groove Cruise Miami website.
Headliners for last year’s Miami cruise included Jamie Jones, Dada Life, Mark Knight, Shiba San, Thomas Jack, Cosmic Gate, Ilan Bluestone, R3hab, Snbrn and a Gryffin DJ set.
West Coast partiers do not fret. Groove Cruise will also be sailing to Cabo, San Lucas from San Diego, California from Oct. 10 to 14 of this year. Tickets are 65 percent sold out, so act fast. Purchase them here.