Monsters of Rock 2022 cruise announced

Cabana on Labadee

CocoCay, Bahamas and Private Island Labadee Tour

Miami, Florida – The annual Monsters of Rock Cruise, the world’s first hard rock / heavy metal experience at sea, returns in 2022 to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Departing from Miami, Florida, promoter On The Blue announced that the full five-day / five-night charter cruise would depart February 9-14 aboard Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas, visit two ports in CocoCay, Bahamas and Labadee, Haiti, and features performances by rock icon Alice Cooper, as well as performances by over 35 artists.

Public sale begins today (5/11) at 9 a.m. ET, with booths starting at $ 1,799.00 per person (double occupancy, not including mandatory taxes and surcharges). For more information and to book, visit

Support range

The lineup of support for MORC ’22 includes Queensrÿche, Cinderella’s Tom Keifer, Skid Row, Lit, LA Guns, Kix, Winger, Michael Monroe, Great White, HEAT, Loudness, Pat Travers, Y&T, Eclipse, Vixen, Rose Tattoo, Black ‘N Blue, Firewind, Chris Holmes, Joel Hoekstra, Lillian Ax, Faster Pussycat, Pink Cream 69, Dangerous Toys, Killer Dwarfs, XYZ, Beasto Blanco, Electric Boys, Crazy Lixx, Little Caesar, Roxanne, Signal 13 and The Mayor of MORC – John Corabi. Additionally, the official cruise hosts – Eddie Trunk (VH1, SiriusXM), comedians Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine (former hosts of the hit VH1 Classic TV show “That Metal Show”), hosts “Ozzy’s Boneyard ”From SiriusXM and“ Hair Nation ”Keith Roth and Lüc Carl, Nikki Blakk, Izzy and Brian, Metal DJ Will and Ginger Fish – will host questions and answers and activities specially designed to turn the party up a notch.

In addition to the performances, MORC ’22 will host interactive events between artists and cruisers, including: question-and-answer sessions with the artists / cruisers, karaoke Gong Show, “So You Think You Can Shred”, cooking with rock stars, painting featuring rock stars, rock stars vs. Average Joe Basketball and Beach Volleyball, with more to be announced. In addition, the cruise will host themed evenings, dining opportunities with selected groups, and artist photo experiences.

Freedom of the seas

The award-winning ship, Freedom of the Seas, received a massive overhaul in 2020 as part of the cruise line’s “Royal Amplified” program. In addition to a ship-wide refresh, new bars and restaurants have been added, completing the already endless list of activities and features the ship has to offer (including the 40-foot-long FlowRider surf simulator (r), Typhoon and Cyclone dueling water slides, Vitality at Sea Spa, Playmakers Bar and Arcade, and more). Running the full length of Deck 5 and considered the heart of the ship is the Royal Promenade, which is a dynamic and exciting hub that connects cruisers with numerous performance venues, including two main indoor concert halls and the pool scene.

Port stops

MORC ’22’s first port call, Perfect Day at CocoCay, is a private destination located in the Bahamas for Royal Caribbean customers only. Offering endless ways to enjoy its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, including some of North America’s tallest water slides at Thrill Waterpark, the 1,600-foot-long zipline for island views at blazingly fast, the Up, Up and Away – a helium balloon that floats up to 450 feet in the air. Plus, the Perfect Day at CocoCay offers plenty of dining options to replenish your energy between adventures and access to the exclusive Coco Beach Club (r) includes elevated Mediterranean flavors paired with stunning ocean views. .

Next up is the private island of Labadee, the ultimate private destination for MOR cruisers, offering adventure, exploration and relaxation among its many bars and crystal clear waters. Vacationers can get their adrenaline pumping on the Dragon’s Tail Coaster, a thrilling 30-mile-per-hour ride with incredible views of the island. For more action, adventurous passengers can choose to strap on a helmet and harness and descend 500 feet on the Dragon’s Breath Flight Line, the longest zipline above water. Plus, there are plenty of exciting options to choose from, including wave jet rides, parasailing, snorkeling safaris, kayaking tours, and more.

With a myriad of events, activities and music to keep fans entertained day and night, MORC ’22 promises to be a fantastic camp, personal paradise and the vacation of a lifetime for hard rock music lovers. .


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