Creed has announced their long-awaited return with Summer Of ’99 – an immersive rock ‘n’ roll celebration at sea highlighted by the GRAMMY® Award-winning band’s first public live performances in more than a decade. Presented by Sixthman, the leader in festivals and music cruises for more than two decades, Summer Of ’99 sails April 18th-22nd, 2024 from Miami, FL to Nassau, Bahamas aboard Norwegian Pearl. Pre-sale Signups are available now through July 26th at 11:59 pm (ET). Pre-sales (Early Booking Times) will be available July 25th-27th, with some late signups available on the morning of July 28th. The first 500 cabins to book will secure a cabin photo opportunity with Creed. Public On-Sales begin July 28th at 2:00 pm (ET), exclusively at Three different payment options will be available, with Automated Monthly Billing allowing for a deposit as low as $200 per person through September 18th (while supplies last).

Heralded last week with a series of viral teasers that lit up social media, Summer Of ’99 will see Creed – the band comprised of Scott Stapp, Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips – reuniting for the first time since 2012 for two unique live performances under the Caribbean stars on Norwegian Pearl’s Pool Deck stage. The once-in-a-lifetime festival cruise will further showcase an explosive lineup that includes Very Special Guest 3 Doors Down alongside a stacked all-star bill featuring BuckcherryTonicVertical HorizonFuelThe Verve PipeTantricDishwallaLouise Post (of Veruca Salt)Nine Days, and hosted by Eddie Trunk and the stars of AXS TV’s Power Hour (Matt PinfieldCaity Babs, and Josh Bernstein). Summer Of ’99 will also feature an exclusive live Q&A with Creed open to all guests, activities with bands and podcast hosts, panels, autograph sessions, and a very special Y2K Countdown theme party. As if that weren’t enough, all guests will receive an Autographed Commemorative Item signed by Creed prior to the event.

Summer Of ’99 guests will enjoy all the incredible amenities available aboard Norwegian Pearl, including fully stocked bars at (almost) every corner, tasty dining options, the Pool Deck (with multiple hot tubs), the Pearl Club Casino, Mandara Spa, Body Waves Fitness Center, Sports Court, and much more.

Beyond the onboard experience, guests will have the chance to enjoy a shore excursion to Nassau, Bahamas – the ultimate vacationer’s paradise with its laid-back vibes and perfect white-sand beaches, palm trees covered in coconuts, and refreshing, crystal-clear waters. Please note: Shore excursions will not be available until 4-6 weeks prior to sailing. Cruisers will be able to book excursions upon receipt of their official booking number.

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  • Real Paul Stanley on

    I respect Creed and dig a few of their tunes. But man Alter Bridge is a much much better band and Scott Stapp is no Myles Kennedy. And that’s not a knock on Scott as he is a good singer. Happy to see he appears to have his life together!

  • Rattlehead on

    No offense to Creed, but has there actually been clamor for them to reunite?

  • george on

    I hope these guys make a comeback cd thats as great as Human Clay!! I really miss these guys and it is what the rock world needs right now. Scott Stapps voice just took these guys to another level.

  • Ray Gillen on

    Man I love me some Creed . I give my wife shiat all the time about her #1 guy Myles after we see a Alter Bridge show . Every show is better than the last of course so every time she starts about Myles I say ya he was awesome but he’s no Scott Stapp , lmao. Scott has been putting out some solo stuff and it is awesome, it’s to bad people don’t know about it. Anyways one of my favorite voices, his tone to me is awesome and he sounds better now than he ever has. I hope they do a full on tour and some new music. I.m so glad he’s still here with us, he went through addiction and relapse so many times.

  • Silas Barnaby on

    If you are going on this cruise………PLEASE do not take your shirt off, in public, for others to see.

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