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Sea ‘N Beats, Australia’s First Cruise Ship Festival, Adds 16 More Acts

Sea ‘N Beats, Australia’s cruise ship festival which will set sail in March 2016, has just bulked up its lineup with an impressive list of new names set to jump onboard.

Aussie duo Peking Duk, homegrown rapper Allday and firecracker Tkay Maidza head up the large local contingent which also includes Wave Racer, Cosmo’s Midnight and Basenji. Canadian producer Cyril Hahn will be one the few international names performing.

These new acts join an impressive list of already announced names including Alison Wonderland, Hayden James and SAFIA. These acts are all set to perform over seven floating stages on the cruise ship.

The 2000-capacity luxury liner will leave Brisbane on 5th March and head towards a mystery island where the fun and frivolities will begin. A one day festival will be held on the island before the ship travels to be back by 8th March.

Ticket prices start at $960 and some of the cabins have already sold-out so you better get moving quick if you want to sail away with some great tunes in March.

Check out the full second lineup below.

UPDATE 16/10/15: A limited number of extra tickets have been released for Sea N’ Beats 2016, with new cabin prices up for grabs in what will be the final release of tickets for the event. A number of VIP packages are also available. Catch ticket details, below.

UPDATE 5/11/15: Sea ‘N Beats has been cancelled with organisers citing challenged that couldn’t be overcome.

Watch: Peking Duk – Say My Name

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

Departs from Brisbane

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