Pete Tong sets sail for ‘All Gone To Sea’ cruise with Steve Angello, Calvin Harris and more
Dance music’s live event circuit has broken its continental boundaries, expanding so far as the seven seas. With the likes of Holy Ship and Groove Cruise attracting more buzz than ever, and announcements such as Mad Decent’s Boat Party indicating that more parties will move from land to water, 2014 is quickly shaping up as the year of the floating festival.
The latest announcement to follow suit comes from Pete Tong, who will set sail for his All Gone To Sea cruise. Set to charter from November 6th through November 10th, the roundtrip voyage will depart from Miami, Florida with a stop in Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos. Boasting four sunsets, four sunrises, a beach party, and a total of 96 hours of partying with a lineup of over 40 DJs, All Gone To Sea will bring all that could be desired from a floating festival.
“All Gone to Sea will be an exciting adventure on the beautiful Caribbean Sea. Bringing together the the very best hit makers / djs and producers from the worlds big rooms together with a mischievous bunch of rebels from the deeper underground hot spots has always been my mission. With All Gone to Sea we take that passion on to a big ship for the first time, stopping the voyage at the stunning Grand Turk for a beach party.” – Pete Tong
Steve Angello and Calvin Harris will join Pete Tong as the trip’s headliners, and the lineup goes on to cover all genres with the likes of Nervo and R3hab to Eats Everything and Kölsch.
Sunset afternoon sessions will be hosted by Ibiza’s Cafe Mambo and Miami nightlife titans LIV and Story along with Los Angeles’ SOUND will bring their hospitality to pop-up events with Dancing Astronaut and Mixmag leading the way as official media sponsors for the cruise.
The experience includes lodging and meals, and offers everything on deck from a casino and movie screenings to a fitness center and multiple pools.