Heather Nova to Perform Live Aboard Hapag-Lloyd’s EUROPA 2

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When Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ EUROPA 2 sails from Hamburg to Dublin in September, guests will enjoy exclusive concerts performed by singer and songwriter, Heather Nova.

Heather Nova made her international breakthrough in the 1990s with her studio album Oyster. Songs such as “Walk This World” led her to her first world tour. Nova's second album Siren was also established her on the international music scene. With singles, which have charted around the world, she has also been invited to appear at major festivals in Europe and the United States. Nova’s personal music style has been described as a combination of the sound of a classic rock band with gentle cello melodies overlaid with her voice.

The live concerts held on the EUROPA 2 are part of the UNPLUGGED themed cruise format. Unlike concerts in big halls, or stadiums, musicians appear in the theater on board the luxury ship, lending their performances to create a more personal, intimate atmosphere. Another cruise of the UNPLUGGED format will take place in late 2018 - this UNPLUGGED cruise, from Colombo to Singapore, sails November 29-December 9, 2018 (10 days), and starts from $6,550 per person.

In addition to Nova’s performance, passengers aboard the Hamburg to Dublin cruise can enjoy entertainment like the Circus Roncalli, which has been running for over 40 years, or take advantage of the ship’s family-friendly activities including sports, arts and crafts, and specially-designed excursions for children and teens.

For more information, visit www.hl-cruises.com.

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