Australia’s first cruise festival Sea ‘N Beats has been cancelled
Australia’s first-ever festival cruise Sea ’N Beats has been cancelled. About six months after the multi-day event was announced, a post on the festival’s Facebook page revealed that “conducting a music festival at sea comes with challenges that could not be overcome.”
The three-day festival was set to depart from Brisbane on March 5 of next year, and travel to a mystery island off of the Queensland coast. Sea ’N Beats’ lineup featured Australian artists currently dominating the international scene, such as Alison Wonderland, Peking Duk, Hayden James, Touch Sensitive and Slumberjack.
Read the full cancellation announcement below:
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.