Ahoy, Jam Cruisers – Hoping everyone is having a marvelous summer so far! Jam Cruise 15 may still be about 6 months away, but plans and preparations for our next adventure have been coming together nicely! See what’s going on in the world of Jam Cruise…
Jam Room Hosts
Oh the Jam Room… where some of the most magical Jam Cruise moments are created. Featuring a different host each night to lead the way, the Jam Room will be rocking into the wee hours with never before seen collaborations & spontaneous jamming. Introducing our 2017 Jam Room Hosts:
One of the many staples that makes Jam Cruise so special are the Piano Sets, where artists have the opportunity to express themselves in an intimate setting. Here are the piano artists you can look forward to on Jam Cruise 15:
Theme Night: Mad Hatters Ball
Join us as we jump down the rabbit hole for our Mad Hatters Ball! This night is for the curious and the curiouser as we venture into the great unknown – a nautical fantasy land where fiction is fact and the costumes are larger than life. It’s time to get creative, dream big, and show off your muchness for this theme night! Have we all gone mad? Perhaps just a bit, but the best people usually are!
Chefs At Sea Application
Are you a chef?
Do you love music?
Chefs at Sea gives chefs from around the country a chance to experience Jam Cruise and share their cuisine with hungry music lovers. This is your opportunity to join us! Fill out the application and lettuce know why you would be a perfect fit!
Artist Spotlight: Kamasi Washington
Meet Kamasi Washington, the sax genius who’s paving the way for jazz’s reintroduction to pop culture. Kamasi was a heavyweight on Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” album, one of the most critically acclaimed records of 2015. While known for mixing jazz, hip-hop, funk, soul, swing, and gospel, Kamasi explained that he dislikes being labeled a “crossover artist” because, “music doesn’t really exist within boundaries like that…I don’t feel like I’ve really crossed over, more so than risen up.” It was his 2015 album “The Epic”, which features a 32-piece orchestra and a 20-person choir (whose parts he wrote and orchestrated over a five-year period) that solidified him as a prominent and renowned jazz musician of today. Check out a BBC interview with Kamasi and watch him discuss his music in anticipation for his TWO shows on Jam Cruise 15.
Official Pre-Cruise Show
Get the Jam Cruise party started a night early in Fort Lauderdale with moe. at the Official Pre-Cruise Show! Just 25 minutes from Miami, Revolution Live is the place to be before we get on the ship the next day.
Tickets available atjointherevolution.net Advance Cruiser Price: $25
General Admission: $30
Day of Show: $35
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