Progressive rockers, Coheed and Cambria, have announced their own cruise with unique performances and a carefully curated roster of support acts.
If you love Coheed and Cambria and you fancy a cruise. Good news! The progressive rockers are combining the two with floating mini festival they’re calling ‘S.S. Neverender: Mission Paradise’.
The four day cruise, taking place between October 26th and 30th 2020, will sail from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas. For Coheed fans the highlight will be two unique performances by the band dubbed ‘Deep Cuts’ and ‘Early Years’. There will also be a Q&A sessions and activities involving band members.
Fans will be able to immerse themselves in all things Coheed and Cambria with ‘The Amory Wars Experience’, based around the underlying comic book story that permeates most of the bands records.
Musical support comes from a carefully curated line-up which includes Taking Back Sunday, Thank You Scientist, Culture Abuse and a set by Coheed drummer, Josh Eppard as his rap altar-ego Weerd Science. The man behind the drums recently underwent a heart procedure after fainting during a performance in Orlando. Eppard returned to the stage on the night to finish the set, but the band made the decision to cancel the remainder of their 2019 tour for the drummer to recover.
A once in a lifetime experience, the cruise sounds like a dream come true for Coheed and Cambria obsessives. But dreams, in this instance, cost a lot of money. The cheapest tickets start at £445 per person based on four sharing a cabin with no view. If you’re going solo, prices start at £1,161. Add taxes of £197 per person too. For all pricing options visit the cruise website.
More bands are expected to be added to the lineup. For the latest news and more information about what to expect visit ssneverender.com.