We can now exclusively confirm that Neal McCoy has been added to the star-studded lineup of the 2022 Country Music Cruise. The singer joins an already impressive list of artists, which includes Lee Greenwood, The Oak Ridge Boys, Sawyer Brown, Mickey Gilley, Jimmy Fortune, Billy Dean, Asleep At The Wheel, Wade Hayes, Jeannie Seely and more. Headliners Josh Turner and Mark Chesnutt will also make special appearances on the ship’s main stage while in port in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and Cozumel, Mexico, respectively,
“We are delighted that Neal is joining us this year, and the fans are in for a real treat,” Mike Jason, StarVista LIVE Senior Vice President, Live Entertainment, says. “Neal’s high energy performances are always incredibly entertaining with lots of fan interaction. The ship’s intimate theater provides the perfect environment for this great entertainer and the best country fans anywhere to enjoy a special night of music together.”
Dubbed the “Country Music Party At Sea,” the seven-day cruise will depart from Ft. Lauderdale on January 15, 2022, with stops in Costa Maya, Cozumel and Half Moon Cay before returning on January 22.
In addition to the more than 50 live performances, across seven venues, guests on the Country Music Cruise will also have plenty of opportunities to meet and mingle with artists on the ship. Other activities will include theme nights, panel discussions, Q&A sessions, jam sessions, meet and greets, autograph sessions and more. Country karaoke, Gospel Hour, dueling pianos, line dancing and costume contests will all take place as well.
The Country Music Cruise will be hosted by Lorianne Crook. Both the Grand Ole Opry at Sea and the Elvis Tribute Artists will once again return, for the 8th anniversary of the Country Music Cruise.
Other artists appearing on the Country Music Cruise include Ashley Campbell, Mo Pitney, Mandy Barnett, and Wayne Toups, among others. Less than 90 cabins remain. For more information and special pricing, or to grab one of the remaining cabins before they are all gone, click here.