Calling out all Bon Jovi fans – Norwegian Cruise Line will be hosting special ‘Runaway To Paradise’ cruises featuring the 80s rock legend.
“Ever since we started Runaway Tours, it’s given me such joy to entertain the fans and tell them the stories of where my songs came from. What I’ve realised after all these years is that they’ve found not only my stories, but their own,” said Jon Bon Jovi.
Norwegian Jade will be hosting Runaway To Paradise’s Caribbean cruise, which will be sailing from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas on April 12-16, while Norwegian Pearl will host the Mediterranean cruise from Barcelona to Palma, Majorca on August 26-30.
Guests will be treated to a full rock show on the pool deck starring Jon Bon Jovi and the 11-piece Kings of Suburbia band, as well as a second acoustic storyteller set where cruisers can ask Jon all of their burning questions.
The cruise experience also include multiple shows from supporting artists (to be announced), and panels with key figures from Bon Jovi’s storied history, while sipping Jon and Jesse Bongiovi’s new wine, Hampton Water rosé, all aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line Jewel class ships.
The treats go beyond the music as guests will also have the chance to get up close with historic memorabilia in the Jon Bon Jovi Gallery, shop for new looks in the Hart N Dagger pop up shop.
JBJ Soul Kitchen, a non-profit Community Restaurant run by the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, is also brought to life on board where guests can enjoy a meal while giving back to those in need.
To top off the experience, all guests will take home an autographed event lithograph, and fans who book in the first 400 staterooms on each cruise will get an opportunity to take a picture with Jon Bon Jovi.
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