JUNGLE ROT confirmed for 70,000 tons of metal 2023

70000 Tons Of Metal, The Original, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise recently announced that its eleventh cruise will take place aboard Freedom Of The Seas from Miami, Florida to Bimini, Bahamas from January 30 to February 3, 2023.

Wisconsin-based death metal band Jungle Rot have now been added to the line-up. Previous acts announced include: Nightwish, Rotting Christ, Korpiklaani, Månegarm, Kamelot, Uli Jon Roth, Kreator, Novembre, Fallujah, Warbringer, Obscura, Oceans Of Slumber, Melechesh, Nightmare, Evergrey and Sirenia.

True to their claim, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise will feature 60 bands across four stages. The festival features three indoor stages and, most importantly, the Pool Deck outdoor stage: the world’s largest outdoor stage structure for cruising the high seas with hot tubs built into the stage itself. Fans can watch their favorite band perform on a world-class stage from the comfort of a hot tub. All shows are included in the ticket price.

The Freedom of the Seas is one of the largest passenger ships in the world and offers many unique amenities and bars, including a relaxed Sports Bar & Arcade as well as a more sophisticated retro “R Bar” serving classic cocktails. A wide selection of food is available at a number of onboard restaurants, ranging from formal à la carte dining to casual international fare, sushi, fine Italian cuisine and savory steakhouse classics.

The luxury liner will sail to Bimini, Bahamas: a chain of islands located north of the Bahamas, offering picturesque white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and various attractions to indulge in: sport fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving. -navy, relaxing at the local bars and cafes, or being pampered at a beach club.

While sailing on Freedom of the Seas, guests will enjoy complimentary fine dining, never-closing bars and lounges, 24-hour room service, and a host of activities at edge.

With ten consecutive sales since the first trip in 2011, this five-day, four-night heavy metal music festival and Caribbean vacation offers 3,000 metalheads the unique opportunity to mingle side-by-side with 60 heavy metal bands from world class.

Each band performs twice, and all guests have unlimited festival access to over 120 live performances, including the Jamming in International Waters All Star Jam, get-togethers with each band, intimate artist clinics and workshops, and exclusive premieres. All of this without VIP areas on board makes it seem like everyone has a backstage pass. If that’s not enough, festival-goers will even have the chance to explore a dream Caribbean destination with their favorite artists.

For more information on 70000 Tons Of Metal 2023, including photos, FAQs (for booking, travel documents, payment, etc.), ship amenities, event details and more , please visit 70000tons.com.

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