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Go Cruisin With Kid Rock


Kid Rock and Sixthman are proud to announce the inaugural “Chillin’ the Most” Cruise, a four-day non-stop party hosted by Kid Rock on the high seas. The 2,052-passenger Carnival Inspiration will set sail April 29 – May 3, 2010, carrying cruisers round trip from Tampa, Fla., calling at Grand Cayman. “I just can’t wait to hang with my people, put on an American flag Speedo, grab a bottle of Bad Ass Beer, and scream, “I’m on a boat!”- Kid Rock

Thanks to Kid Rock’s loyal fan base, “Chillin’ the Most” sold out within just a few days of going on sale to the general public. In addition to his legendary performances, the unparalleled experience of partying side-by-side with Kid Rock created exceptionally high demand. Passengers will enjoy music, activities, contests, and an atmosphere that will make this cruise truly Kid Rock’s party. There will be around-the-clock concerts from choice artists and DJs, and Kid Rock will be rockin’ the boat from coast to coast on the “Chillin’ the Most” Cruise.

“We have wanted to work with Kid Rock for the past two years because he is an amazing performer and knows how to throw a party. Judging by the pace at which the cruise sold out, I’d say we weren’t the only ones who were excited about Kid Rock,” says Andy Levine, owner of Sixthman.

Adding to the ultimate Kid Rock party vacation, guests can also enjoy all of the amenities and facilities aboard the “Fun Ship” Carnival Inspiration. In 2008, the ship underwent an extensive multi-million-dollar refurbishment that saw the addition of a water park, adults-only retreat, resort-style pool and numerous other features.

“We are certain Kid Rock fans are going to thoroughly enjoy the exceptional amenities and features of the Carnival Inspiration which, like all Carnival ships, is designed to provide a spirited and highly memorable vacation experience,” said Cherie Weinstein, vice president of group business development for Carnival Cruise Lines.

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