The countdown begins with exactly one month to this year’s edition of It’s The Ship!
First founded in 2014 by LiveScape, who are currently Southeast Asia’s most renowned entertainment agency, It’s The Ship has since been dubbed as the Asian “Holy Ship“. Ravers and music enthusiasts from all over the world flock to the shores of Singapore to experience this one of a kind festival. Setting sail on the 17th of November for a three night, four day experience, with 4000 passengers on board the Genting Dream, and a new destination of the beautiful beaches in Phuket, Thailand – 2017 is bound to be one for the books.
Have a look at the magnificent 19-deck ship below:
Past cruises have seen the likes of Knife Party, Dada Life, Lil Jon, Showtek & more taking over the decks – which was why this year’s stellar lineup was no surprise! Fan favorites Yellow Claw and Krewella take the lead as headliners, along with a wide range of artists filling up the roster. Upcoming collective 88rising are joined by fellow Australians Peking Duk and Tigerlily, along with Hardstyle legends Brennan Heart and Coone. Additional international and regional support round off the list perfectly with genres of music to suit everyone’s tastes.
Check out the Phase 1 artists below, and stay tuned for the Phase 2 announcement that’s right around the corner!
The Ship is well known for it’s full scale itinerary – from themed parties (c: onesie photo below), to a 24 hour – all you can eat buffet, to trying your luck at the casino, to relaxing at the spa, to partying it up on the main deck with your favorite DJs, the opportunities are endless. This year, we’re personally excited for the BLOC Party – gold chains, Jordans and basketball jerseys anyone?
We’ve linked the action packed after movie below:
Cabin sales are now closed – but not to worry, there’s still a waiting list you could sign up for on their website. Hurry! Or else you’ll spend the better part of November with a major case of FOMO.
Will we see you there? Let us know on Twitter! @edmaccessco & @electriclineworldwide
Photo credits to Colossal Photos of It’s The Ship.