Only a Few Cabins Left on Rock Cruise to Benefit the Native American Heritage Association

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Photo by Tim Sackton via Flickr. 

Cruise event specialists Landry & Kling announced this week that there are only a few cabin categories left in the Native American Heritage Association’s (NAHA) Rock Legends Cruise IV, which will take place onboard Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas.

Sailing for the fourth year in a row to Grand Turk in the Turks & Caicos Islands, the cruise is the biggest rock concert at sea, and for a good cause. The new spin on a charity concert will not offer VIP packages or additional fees. Instead, guests will get to meet their favorite band members in the effort to assist Native American families from South Dakota reservations. 

The cruise will feature 22 rock legends, including Peter Frampton, Gregg Allman, The Outlaws, Foghat and more. Travelers will get the chance to see live performances from 10 am to 4 am every day on the trip. Comedy Central star Brad Williams will also give a special performance. 

Guests will also be treated to Q&A sessions, meet and greets, autographed memorabilia auctions and a day at the beach. An expected 4,000 guests will embark on this 4-day rock vacation departing January 21, 2016. 


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