With Groove Cruise’s sold-out 20th-anniversary sailing coming soon, organizers have announced the many exciting artist-hosted activities happening on board the Norwegian Encore when Groove Cruise Miami sets sail on January 24, 2024.
In addition to 96 hours of nonstop music from artists like Tiësto, Diplo and John Summit, Groove Cruise has again partnered with the Whet Foundation to give fans a chance to take part in unique, artist-hosted activities.
To enter for a chance to win these once-in-a-lifetime experiences, fans must sign up and donate to the Whet Foundation’s charity initiatives here.
Started by Groove Cruise founder Jason Beukama and travel partner Whet Travel, the Whet Foundation seeks to impact the communities they visit by providing essential items like clothing, food, school supplies, beach cleanups, facility repairs, and more.
In an effort to connect with the communities within their upcoming Bahamas destination, Groove Cruise and the Whet Foundation will bring back their annual Destination Donation project.
Destination Donation will visit and give back to the only public school on the island of Great Harbour—just a short boat ride away from Great Stirrup Cay where the boat will dock during the festival.
The trip will also visit a church on the island to aid in its reconstruction and provide additional support for its youth programs. Interested Groove Cruisers can register to volunteer on the trip here.
Additionally, Groove Cruise will partner with nonprofit When The Music Stops to host mental health workshops and panels, including an artist-hosted “Nightlife & The Balance of Life” panel, a “Power of Journaling” workshop, and more.
For more information on all of Groove Cruise’s exciting plans for 2024, visit their official website.
Tickets for Groove Cruise Miami 2024 are sold out, but fans can still join the waitlist here.
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