Warmer days are on their way and it is never too early to think about the next cruise! The Summer Rock and Blues Concert Cruise on the Boston Harbor already announced some of the talented acts that will be performing this summer and tickets are on sale now!
Cruisers will board the beautiful ship, the Provincetown II, at the World Trade Center Pier at 200 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, Massachusetts. Each cruise offers a cash bar and a selection of food concessions on board. Visit www.rockandbluescruise.com and continue to visit this site as new acts are added!
The Rock and Blues Concert Cruise is proud to present a night dedicated to Ska fans everywhere! “Ska in the Harbor” will be held on Sunday, June 16 with Ska bands ‘Westbound Train’ and ‘The Toasters.’ Boston-based Ska and Reggae band, ‘Westbound Train’ have been together for over a decade. Their latest CD is called, ‘Come and Get It.’
Established in New York City, The Toasters have been together for over 30 years and one of the longest running ska bands in music history! They have a library of album releases including ‘The Ska Box,’ ‘Don’t Let the Bastards Grind You Down,’ and ‘Two Tone Army.’ Kick off the summer with these two amazing acts on Sunday, June 16 at 3 p.m.
The Ryan Montbleau Band will set sail on Saturday, June 22! The Ryan Montbleau’s band’s new CD is called, ‘For Higher,’ and contains remarkable cuts on the CD such as ‘Deadset’ and ‘Head above Water.’ To learn more about the Ryan Montbleau Band, visit www.ryanmontbleauband.com.
Boston’s funk and disco band, Booty Vortex will get the party started with their irresistible dance music on Friday, July 5! To learn more about this energetic 12-piece blast from the past, visit www.bootyvortex.com.
Connecticut-based electric rock band Max Creek, a group who have performed together for over 40 years, features John Rider on electric bass, Scott Murawski on guitar, Mark Mercier on keyboards, Bill Carbone on drums, and Jamemurrell Stanley on percussion. They are currently working on a box set called ‘Maxology.’ Learn more about them on www.maxcreek.com. They will perform in the heat of summer along with Viral Sound on Sunday, August 25.
Five-piece elektro-funk band Viral Sound and Max Creek both made appearances at Costa Rica’s Jungle Jam earlier this year, a three day concert weekend that featured some of the best New England talent. Opening for Max Creek is Viral Sound, a rock and roll, funky, jazz, and reggae band hailing from Providence, Rhode Island.
Visit www.rockandbluescruise.com to order tickets for this exciting series!