Have you ever said to yourself, “boy, I’d love to go on a cruise to a private island in the Bahamas, but I’m upset it would cut into my weekend clubbing time!” Well, dear Hypothetical Reader, the Holy Ship Festival is the answer to your oddly specific problems.
The cruise departs from Ft. Lauderdale en route to the Bahamas on January 6th, and features 30 confirmed electronic / dance acts over its 3-day span, with more artists yet to be announced. And if we’re going by popularity, the headliners are rock solid: Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Diplo, A-Trak and plenty more EDM innovators reflect the organizers’ success in booking just about every electronic act in hot demand right now.
$450 secures the cheapest room on the cruise, with options available up to 1500 bones for a suite with a private balcony, which is useful whether you want to escape the wild drug-saturated debauchery or move that debauchery to private quarters.
Speaking of which: is rave culture + the ocean really a good combination? Heavy recreational drug users are perfectly capable of harming themselves on dry land, I’m not sure adding an extra element of danger is the best idea. We’re sure security will be on top of things, but the implications are a little nervewracking.
Aaand end lecture from Professor Buzzkill: we know y’all plan to take care of yourselves. Hit the Holy Ship Festival‘s website for full lineup and ticketing info – reservations are open now.