Groove Cruise Announces Schedule for September Virtual Sail Aways [Watch Inside]

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Will you be sailing away with the Groove Cruise family this weekend and catching sets from Solarstone, Autograf, Tritonal, ATTLAS, and more?

Just because the summer is coming to a close doesn’t mean that Groove Cruise is stopping their parties! While the GCFAM might not be able to congregate in person or on the high seas this year, they’ve been dominating the digital realm with their Virtual Sail Aways that have kept everyone dancing in their rave caves. This weekend marks the latest in the series and it’s set to be another showstopping edition.

From September 25-27, they’ll be hosting a flurry of amazing artists that are set to take the stage including the likes of Solarstone, Autograf, Jorn Van Deynhoven, and Tritonal. Other standouts on the lineup include livestream veterans like Julian Gray, ATTLAS, Adam Scott, OFFAIAH, and Trance Jesus who have all spun some fantastic sets over the course of the quarantine. And you definitely won’t want to miss out on Mark Sixma who will be spinning an M6 set, Arctic Moon, and Lizzie Curious as well!

Additionally, there will be plenty of fun late when the main party stops as the Nightswim Afterhours features Lavelle Dupree b2b Freshcobar, Diskopretty & Friends, and Doc Brown Presents: Unlearn. Of course, the GCFAM will be raging it up on Zoom throughout the show, so make sure to head over to to join in on the fun!

Check out the lineup and daily schedules for the September 24-26 edition of Groove Cruise Virtual Sail Aways below, and make sure to follow their channel on Twitch so you can stay updated with the latest info!

Catch Groove Cruise Virtual Sail Aways Live on Twitch:

Groove Cruise Virtual Sail Aways Live – September 25-27 Schedule:


Groove Cruise Sail Aways September Lineup

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