Trace Adkins, Thompson Square, Craig Morgan and more set for Country Cruising October 23rd

This fall, many of the top performers in country music will be hitting the high seas as part of Country Cruising – a seven night cruise through the Caribbean that begins October 23rd in Miami, FL, and proceeds through Nassau, Great Stirrup Cay, Key West, and the Grand Cayman Islands before returning to Miami on October 30th.

The lineup aboard Country Cruising features some of the top talent in the genre. Hosted by two-time Entertainer of the Year Neal McCoy, the cruise will also include performances from Grand Ole Opry stars Craig Morgan and Trace Adkins, CMA and ACM Award-winning duo Thompson Square, veteran hitmaker Joe Nichols, as well as Parmalee and Blackjack Billy – two of the fastest-rising groups in the business today. In addition, Country Cruising will also showcase some of the top new talent on the airwaves, such as Lindsay Ell, Charlie Worsham, and James Wesley.

Fans will be treated to not only performances from the artists, but also intimate Q&A sessions and songwriter workshops. Other activities include use of the sports court, line dancing, and the casino. The stops along the way also give travelers the option of shopping, snorkeling, speed boat riding, as well as parasailing. Thirteen dining options await fans – in addition to twelve bars and lounges, and an onboard spa.

A fan favorite, many of the staterooms are already sold out – such as the IX and IF Inside Staterooms, as well as the OX Oceanview Porthole Window Stateroom, but premier accommodations are still available – including many which offer a gorgeous view from the balcony of the Norwegian Sky, though reservations are selling out quickly.

You can book your room on Country Cruising by calling 1-800-758-1820, or visit CountryCruising.com.

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Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.