Batten down the hatches, because in March 2019 for the first time South African Blues legends will be taking to the sea for an unforgettable new class of cruise experience on board the MSC Musica Cruise Ship.

Blues stalwarts such as Albert Frost, Black Cat Bones, Shadowclub, Gerald Clark, Crimson House, Wolfgang Marrow, Gunshot Blue, and Coelacanth will be performing on the Mojo Rising Blues Cruise for 4 days, setting sail on a carefree voyage exploring the most beautiful places on earth from the sea. There will be no abandoning ship when you smell the sea and feel the sky whilst listening to South Africa’s rock ’n roll royalty.

Setting sail from Durban, the cruise ship will embark on an excursion to the Portuguese Islands and all the luxury resort leisure facilities on board are included free of charge – from the Aqua Park, swimming pools and water slide to the delightfully varied cuisine and entertainment onboard.

Pay Deposit of R3000 only!
Final payment is required no later than 60 days before departure.
Make sure to select the BLUES CRUISE option when making your booking!
We had a chat with the guys from Shadowclub ahead of The Blues Cruise 2019…

Are you guys excited to be playing tunes on the Cruise to the fans, and enjoying the whole experience?

Sure thing! Very much looking forward!

There are loads of acts on the line-up for the Cruise. Which of the artists are you guys keen on enjoying the seas with?

Wolfgang Marrow looks interesting – so keen to check them out!

The Blues Cruise is a first for South Africa. Have any of you experienced something remotely similar?

Louis and I (Isaac) went on miller rock the boat a few years back. That was similar, but without the blues element. It was fun.

Shadowclub is releasing a new album soon… what can the fans expect from Shadowclub on your next offering?

Expect some tunes that sound like Shadowclub, and some tunes that sound like something totally different. We’re excited for fans to hear what we’ve been working on.

Why should people be sure not to miss out on The Blues Cruise in 2019?

Sun. Sea. Good music. Good people. That’s why.