Nov 14, 2014

Groove Cruise Miami Announces Lineup

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Written by: Tory Clinton

Over 15,000 lives have been changed forever by an oceanic experience unlike anything on earth. What started in 2004 with a group of 125 friends has now erupted into the world’s largest floating dance music festival. Each year, The Groove Cruise sails from Miami on a  3-4 day mind-blowing high energy experience. The Groove Cruise is the only event in the dance music industry where there is artist-fan interaction. Groove Cruise passengers rate the ability to travel with like-minded people and hang out with celebrity musicians as being the top reasons for enjoying the Groove Cruise. The Groove Cruise has a 97% satisfaction rate and a high percentage of repeat clients.

Whet Travel Charter Ships said,

We at Whet Travel charter ships from the best cruise lines in the world and make the entire ship OURS! This means we have total control of the entire experience, including: entertainment, itinerary, and shore excursions! We create a one-of-a-kind house music experience tailored specifically to our incredibly diverse group music lovers from around the world. Groove Cruise isn’t exactly like most cruises focused about relaxation and fun. They’re about excitement, craziness, music, socializing, adventure, and about escaping normalcy by sharing a once in a lifetime musical experience with thousands of new friends. It’s about waking up and realizing, that you’ve woken up in a different and wonderful port. Most importantly, Groove Cruise is about having the time of your life with like-minded friends, new and old! This is the way we play.

The cruise is already 75% sold out, there’s no better place to be out at sea than on a ship full of ravers. Check out the full lineup! Tickets and more information can be found at www.thegroovecruise.com about the Miami and L.A. voyages.


About the Author

Tory Clinton
Tory has been involved in the electronic music scene for nearly 9 years. He has managed nightclubs, organized nightlife promotions and currently DJs at various venues and clubs. Other than being involved with The Scene is Dead, he is also part of the team at Schulz Army . In his free time, you can find Tory attending electronic music shows and festivals throughout the US. Music is his passion!



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