Floating Festivals: The ultimate new festival experiences set sail this October

Take a look at the Throwback and Stages Festivals below

THROWBACK and STAGES Festivals set sail this October featuring performances from some of the biggest acts of the 80’s including The Human League, OMD and Erasure’s Andy Bell, and an incredible array of Broadway and West End stars including Michael Ball and Beverley Knight, onboard Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas.

With Floating Festivals, you get luxury accommodation, intimate concerts/theatre shows, complimentary dining options and unprecedented artist access including autograph sessions and up-close Q&A activities with your favourite artists.

If you’re a child of the 80s or just love 80s music, get ready for the biggest action packed 3-night festival; THROWBACK – The 80s Festival at Sea is an 80s themed extravaganza which includes a day trip to Bruges featuring The Human League, OMD, Erasure’s Andy Bell, Jason Donovan, Pat Sharp, Chesney Hawkes, Captain Sensible, Sonia, Imagination feat. Errol Kennedy and Wild Boys – all coming together 12-15 October to celebrate this golden era of music.

If you truly love Musical Theatre, you won’t want to miss STAGES – The Musical Theatre Festival at Sea. This unforgettable 4-night ‘Voyage with the Stars’ includes two-time Olivier award-winning musical theatre star Michael Ball, Beverley Knight, Collabro, Lee Mead plus Christina Bianco, Sophie Evans, John Owen-Jones and SHOWSTOPPER – The Improvised Musical. There will also be opportunities to attend Q&As from Arlene Phillips and Don Black feat. Marti Webb. This incredible cruise takes place 15-19 October and includes a day in Amsterdam too.

To find out more, click here to visit the Floating Festivals website.

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