Setting itself apart from other EDM cruises, The Groove Cruise Miami will make landfall in Jamaica for the first time in 2016.
There will be two parties set on the beach next to a waterfall, and both parties are free and all-inclusive with a ticket. And this is only part of the fun.
The Groove Cruise is already billed as "the world's largest 96 hour non-stop floating dance music festival" and has had previous headliners such as Deadmau5, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Nervo, Fedde Le Grand, Sander Van Doorn, Mark Knight, Lee Burridge, Arty, ATB, Erick Morillo, and Oliver Heldens.
The Jamaican Groove Cruise will depart from Miami and be away from January 22 - 26th, 2016. It's the cruise's 12th Miami departure and 23rd overall cruise. This year's Miami cruises found their way to the Bahamas.
For those on the west coast, Groove Cruise LA will set sail to Catalina Island and Mexico. This boat is 75% full but tickets are still available.
Spots are now open to the general public but get them fast - two sailings this year were already sell-outs.