Paramore sail the high seas with concert cruise – News

Paramore sail the high seas with concert cruise

Fueled By Ramen recording artist Paramore has announced plans for the second installment of their hugely popular PARAHOY! vacation experience, a four-day festival at sea presented in partnership with Sixthman Productions and Norwegian Cruise Lines.
PARAHOY! will feature special activities, meet and greets, and truly unique Paramore live performances. The cruise – a full charter aboard the luxurious Norwegian Pearl – sails for the first time roundtrip from Miami, Florida to Cozumel, Mexico from March 5th through 9th, 2016.
PARAHOY! – which first set sail in 2014 with a star-studded line-up featuring Tegan & Sara, New Found Glory, and more – will include performances from an array of special guests, all personally chosen by Paramore, to be announced in the coming months. Other shipboard events will include Q&A sessions, theme nights, and of course, “Paraoke” with the GRAMMY® Award-winning band themselves.
Paramore recently received their first-ever GRAMMY® Award, with “Ain’t It Fun,” the RIAA platinum-certified, #1 hit single from 2013’s blockbuster fourth studio album “Paramore,” receiving the “Best Rock Song” trophy at the 57th Annual GRAMMY® Awards. “Paramore” made a chart-busting debut atop the SoundScan/Billboard 200 upon its April 2013 release – the 4x GRAMMY®-nominated band’s first #1 album to date. In addition, “Paramore” scored an array of #1 debuts around the globe, marking Paramore’s second consecutive chart-topper – following 2009’s “brand new eyes” – in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, as well as its first to reach the top position in such countries as Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico. “Paramore” showcased a string of smash singles, including two top 10, RIAA platinum-certified hits, “Still Into You” and the hugely successful “Ain’t It Fun.” The latter track proved Paramore’s biggest single to date, ascending to #1 at Hot AC and Rock radio outlets nationwide, #2 at Top 40, as well as to the top 10 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” – the band’s first ever top 10 hit and their highest peaking song thus far.