Groove Cruise Cali to become largest floating festival ever, sailing from LA to Mexico
The esteemed Groove Cruise sets sail for the west coast this year, outfitting the Norwegian Bliss, the largest ship to ever grace California with over 50 top-tier DJs from across the electronic spectrum and 72 hours of nonstop themed parties. The aquatic event is hosted by Whet Travel, who’s amassed a reputation for exploring the open seas both luxuriously and adventurously with their series of events including Salsa Cruise and Groove Island.
The seafaring sensation kicks it up several notches in 2020 though, with Groove Cruise Cali becoming the largest floating festival ever. It’s hard to put the size of the Norwegian Bliss into perspective, but try this. The ship is over 20 stories tall and hosts over 5,000 guests, or “captains” during the Groove Cruise weekend. Thankfully, it’s also outfitted with matching over the top luxuries and of course, fine amenities to utilize all of that space, giving those very captains unfettered access to a 2 story racetrack, a waterpark, spas, theaters, and over 30 unique restaurants, just to name a bit. There’s no word on the lineup yet, but if previous excursions are any indication, Groove Cruise Cali promises some real motion in the ocean.
The four-day Groove Cruise embarks from Los Angeles for Mexico on Oct. 15, with the first public tickets becoming available on March 4.
Featured image: Norwegian Cruises