For the second year in a row, VH1 and Sixthman have teamed for the musical festival at sea: VH1 Best Cruise Ever, on the Carnival Inspiration Mexico on April 28-May 2, 2011. Sailing from Tampa, Florida, to Cozumel, Mexico, the four-night cruise will also feature Grammy Award-winning group, Train, and pop/jazz singer Colbie Caillat, among many more. Cabins will be open for booking September 23, starting from $799 per person based on double occupancy plus taxes and fees.
Having just performed on VH1 UNPLUGGED, Train is looking forward to its October 19 re-release of Save Me, San Francisco Golden Gate Edition with six additional tracks. This year, their hit, "Hey, Soul Sister," became the number one most downloaded digital track in Columbia Records' history.
Lifehouse will join VH1 Best Cruise Ever for a second year. Earlier this summer, the band performed their current single, "All In," at the "VH1 Do Something Awards" and this fall they will tour in support their most recent album, Smoke & Mirrors.
A VH1 "You Oughta Know" alumni, Colbie Caillat has been performing on the road steadily since her chart debut in 2006. Recently, she performed the national anthem at this year's NFL Kickoff game and is currently working on her third studio album.
The Irish trio, The Script, distinguished by their "Celtic Soul" sound, will be joining VH1 Best Ever Cruise for the first time. This year, they performed on VH1 UNPLUGGED and have just released their single, "Man That Can't Be Moved," prior to their fall tour.
Other guests on the cruise will be SAFETYSUITE, returning, Alpha Rev, Mat Kearney and Thriving Irony, as well as Civil Twilight, One eskimO and the cover band, Trailer Park Ninjas for its second year. Throughout the cruise, guests can enjoy VH1-themed onboard activities, contests and more. Between shows, passengers can take advantage of the water park, exclusive adults-only retreat, resort-style pool and other features onboard.