Every day it seems as if a new lineup of artists is announced to play some larger-than-life music festival, offering up a “unique” experience to concertgoers. Certain events focus on genre (you’ve got your Stagecoach and Rocklahoma types), while others (such as Coachella) offer an eclectic mix of popular acts. You’ve got festivals with featured holograms, events that cater to specific subcultures; we even just saw the phenomenon of the notorious Fyre Festival, which led to a massive failure that quickly spiraled from a promised “luxury” island adventure into an absolute disaster.
These days, there are so many options that you can expect to find something for everyone. As festival season rolls around again this year, many fans await the return of their favorites, while others anticipate news of something different that vows to usher in a brand new one-of-a-kind experience.
Since 2001, there has been one company at the forefront of the entire movement, bringing together bands, brands, and fans for an unparalleled treat – a floating festival. Sixthman, who champions slogans such as “live loud” and “moments that make life rock,” curates vacations at sea, sculpted around today’s top entertainers.