How are your diaries looking this autumn? You might want to make some space, as an epic pop cruise is set to embark across southern Europe in the coming months, with a line-up set to make any Eurovision fan shed a tear!
Haven’t decided what your plans are over the coming months during holiday season? This could be the event for you, as Open Sea Cruises has announced their newest pop cruise which will set sail from the 29 September to the 5 October.
A number of big names will be featuring on the upcoming pop cruise, which will travel along the seas of France and Spain, some of which include Swedish duo Icona Pop, Dutch Eurodance group Vengaboys, Ukrainian-based synthpop-dance boyband Kazaky and the iconic drag queen, singer and television presenter, RuPaul.
However, Eurovision fans will be ecstatic to see the following artists on the cruise…
Eurostars to set sail this autumn!
As well as the above names, 3 former Eurovision participants have also been invited to perform on the cruise, each having dedicated nights for their performances and appearances on the cruise.
The first Eurostar to feature on the cruise is the 2012 winner Loreen, who will take to the ship on the 1 October in Ajaccio for the dedicated Eurovision night of the tour. Loreen is the special act of that night, with the singer most known for winning the Eurovision Song Contest in the host city of Baku with his entry Euphoria.
Loreen’s winning performance in Baku
Two days later on the 3 October, 2 more Eurovision artists will take to the cruise for the Gala dinner, featuring a former winner and this year’s runner-up.
The first confirmed artist is the winner of the 2014 competition Conchita, who will perform on the ship alongside her band across the seas of Palamós, where the former winner will be joined by this year’s Eurovision runner-up turned European star, Eleni Foureira, who is sure to bring the Fuego to the tour!
Eleni Foureira’s final performance at Eurovision 2018
The full schedule for the pop cruise can be found via the official Open Sea website.
Tickets start from €777 for an interior cabin and €888 for an exterior cabin, with further details expected in due course.