Iconic Progressive Band YES To Headline Cruise With Steve Hackett Of Genesis & More -- Cruise Sails March 25-30, 2013 To Western Caribbean
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
The legendary band YES has announced, Cruise To The Edge, a fan vacation and musical celebration featuring some of the worlds most celebrated progressive rock artists and bands of all time. In addition to great musical performances, passengers aboard the luxurious MSC Poesia will enjoy The Prog Panels Q & A Sessions, Behind The Music Presentations, Meet & Greet Photo Sessions (with select artists), Bon Voyage Sail-Away Party plus other special events and activities, interacting with some of greatest progressive rock musicians in the world. Cruise To The Edge has been carefully designed to meet the discriminating requirements of the most avid fan, producing a true fan and artist experience in an intimate, relaxing setting.
Cruise To The Edgemore than a concert cruise, this is an interactive experience with some of the giants who have made major contributions to the development of progressive rock. This is truly an event of a lifetime, bringing back great memories and building new ones, hanging out with YES; Steve Hackett of Genesis; UK with Eddie Jobson, John Wetton, Alex Machacek & Terry Bozio; Carl Palmer of ELP; Tangerine Dream featuring Edgar Froese; Saga; Nektar; Zebra; Glass Hammer; IOEarth; Heavy Mellow and more.
The MSC Poesia will transform into a Progressive Rock Paradise, featuring four amazing stages showcasing music and ocean panoramas in every direction. Passengers will enjoy intimate acoustic shows to grand main stage performances to mind-blowing music and light shows under the stars. Highlights include two performances by every band, including a unique Storytellers style concert featuring back-stories, history, music and more. Fans will also be able to witness unforgettable nighttime concerts on the dramatic open-air stage with sights, lights and sounds with an ever-changing view. In addition, the Acoustic Lounge and the Prog Jam Stage will keep the action going into the wee hours with a surprise or two along the way.