If you were at the first Asia’s largest festival at sea aka “It’s The Ship” last year, like we were, then who can blame you for looking forward to what Livescape Group has in store for everyone this year?
Because one would expect that it’d only be bigger and better :)
Earlier in April, Livescape Group announced that the ship is ready to set sail once again. The 4D3N vacation cum music festival at sea is set to depart from the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore on November 20th (Friday), crossing international waters on the straits of Malacca to tropical Langkawi for a private beach party, before making its way back to Singapore shores on November 23rd (Monday).
The first phase of acts announced included the likes of Kaskade, Ferry Corsten, Peking Duk, Will Sparks, Autograf, Doorly, Tigerlily, TWRK, Alex Adair, My Nu Leng, Apple Bottom, and Woz, all of whom will performing alongside a string of regional acts. And now, it’s finally time for the full line-up.
Don’t hold your breaths ;)
“It’s The Ship 2015” will take place aboard the “Mariner of the Seas” of the Royal Caribbean International cruise liner and is expected to draw a crowd of 3,800 people. It’s set to depart from the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore on 20th November (Friday), crossing international waters on the Straits of Malacca to the tropical island of Langkawi in Malaysia for a beach party, before returning to Singapore’s shores on 23rd November (Monday).
Instalment plans for It’s The Ship 2015 varies depending on types of cabin purchased and are priced at USD77, USD91, USD111 and USD128 per month. Payment plans will require a down payment of USD200 per person and monthly payment plans will be adjusted depending on the date of purchase.
All cabin prices are inclusive of complimentary 24-hour dining and room service, selected non-alcoholic beverages and free usage of most of the ship’s facilities. Cabin sale ends on November 10th (Tuesday) 2015.
Get your cabins here!
We’ll leave you now with the official after movie from last year’s “It’s The Ship”.