Carolina Country Music Fest cruise to set sail in late 2019


    The Carolina Country Music Fest is branching out.

    They're partnering with Carnival Cruises and Imagine Travel to offer a Carolina Country Music Cruise in late 2019, according to a news release.

    The five-night cruise will depart from Charleston, South Carolina and will feature some of the country music industry’s biggest stars while cruising the Caribbean.

    According to a news release, during the cruise, passengers will enjoy virtually non-stop performances from the hottest country music artists of today all over the boat. Upon departing, Carnival Sunshine will set sail towards the Caribbean and will arrive in Nassau, Bahamas on day three of the cruise.

    After spending a fun-filled day in the Bahamas, the ship will head to the private beaches of the Princess Cays to enjoy the sun and sites of the island. On day five, Carnival Sunshine will head back to the Carolinas. On top of the unbelievable CCMF entertainment, passengers can enjoy cruise experiences, like sports and water activities, food and refreshments and relaxation, according to a news release.

    “Carolina Country Music Fest has been such a huge success. We are so excited for the opportunity to take the fun out on the high seas,” said Bob Durkin, of Carolina Country Music Fest. “We chose to depart from Charleston to make it convenient for our Carolina fans so they don’t have to fly. This cruise is going to be a country music vacation of a lifetime!”

    “Carolina Country Music Cruise takes the best components of a cruise and adds in CCMF level entertainment,” said Shane Lawrence of Imagine Travel and Carnival Cruises. “You won’t want to miss this unique opportunity. It doesn’t get any better.”

    Carolina Country Music Cruise will depart from Charleston, South Carolina on the Carnival Sunshine Nov. 16, 2019 and will return Nov. 21, 2019.

    For ticket information, artist announcements and other information visit or connect on social media at CCMFCruise.

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