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Australia’s First Cruise Ship Festival Sea ‘N Beats Has Been Cancelled

Sea ‘N Beats, Australia’s first cruise ship festival, was due to set sail in March, however, it has been cancelled with organisers citing that there were too many challenges involved with hosting a festival at sea.

Organisers took to Facebook to announce the cancellation saying that they had looked at every possibility for the event to go ahead but could find no solution.

“Ultimately all parties involved concluded that conducting a music festival at sea comes with challenges that could not be overcome,” they wrote.

“We believe that the most appropriate decision was to not continue with the event.”

Ticket holders will be contacted via email and given a full refund. Ticket prices started at $960 and reached up to $2995 for the most expensive onboard cabin.

Alison Wonderland, Allday, Peking Duk, Hayden James and more were due to play. See the full statement below.

Sea ‘N Beats Festival Statement

Australia’s first cruise ship Festival, Sea ‘N Beats, announces with regret the cancellation of their March 5-8, 2016 event.

Whilst every possibility in the hope of proceeding with Australia’s first cruise ship festival has been looked at, ultimately all parties involved concluded that conducting a music festival at sea comes with challenges that could not be overcome.

We believe that the most appropriate decision was to not continue with the event. All ticket buyers have been individually contacted via email and a full refund offered.

Sea ‘N Beats 2016 Lineup

Peking Duk

Allday

Cyril Hahn

Tkay Maidza

Wave Racer

Cosmo’s Midnight

Basenji

Just A Gent

Sable

Kilter

Luke Million

The Swiss

L.K McKay

Ego

Surahn

Mitolo

joining…

Alison Wonderland

Bad News Toilet

Discovery

Hayden James

Hot Dub Time Machine

I OH YOU DJs

Jawz

KLP

Luen

Mickey Kojak

Paces

Pines

SAFIA

Slumberjack

Stoney Road DJs

The Kite String Tangle

Touch Sensitive

Yeo

Young Franco

5th – 8th March 2016 –  CANCELLED

Departs from Brisbane

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