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Fresh off a successful 2018 edition, Groove Cruise Miami is already planning its 15th-anniversary celebration in 2019, and this is one boat you are not going to want to miss!


It was just over a month ago that revelers from ports across the world gathered together to celebrate fun, friendship, and the love of music on Groove Cruise Miami, but if you just can’t get enough, you’re in luck – the world’s largest floating festival will return for its 15th anniversary next winter on January 10-14, 2019.

With such a milestone anniversary, you had to know that the architects behind the festival pull out all the stops for 2019’s sailing. Next year’s edition will feature a The Compass as its primary theme and will be hitting two brand new destinations: Cozumel, Mexico and Key West, Florida. Last year’s lineup featured performances by Cosmic GateDada LifeJamie Jones, and many more, so we can’t wait to see what they have in store!

Related: Read Cassey’s review of Groove Cruise Miami 2018 to learn why this is a festival you absolutely must attend at least once in your life!

In addition to the brand new theme and new locations, Groove Cruise Miami will also be setting sail from the port of Ft. Lauderdale in 2019. The change in departure location will allow Groove Cruise Family from around the world to quickly and easily get from their planes right to the ship, minimizing travel times and getting you to the party faster.

Tickets for the 2019 edition go on sale on March 15 at 11 am PST, so grab your wallets and get ready to secure your berth on the Celebrity Infinity. And when choosing a cabin, don’t forget to use code ‘EDMIDENTITY’ for a $50 per person discount!

Are you planning to sail the high seas for Groove Cruise Miami’s 2019 edition? Let us know in the comments!

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Erin has been listening to electronic music on and off since the early 2000s, which is when trance music captured her heart and soul. Over the years, she has expanded into a number of other styles and genres, especially techno and house. Originally from Chicago, she spent the better part of the last decade seeking out any electronic music she could find, and traveled the length of the country in search of some incredible moments at festivals like EDC, TomorrowWorld, and the Dirtybird Campout. Having since settled in Denver, she focuses her energies primarily on the house and techno scene around town and traveling to mountain and west coast festivals whenever possible.

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