IT'S THE SHIP is only one week away from setting sail for its Singapore 2019 edition. To get shipmates hyped for what's to come, Livescape Group has dropped the official China 2019 Aftermovie. The roughly four-minute clip depicts the successful debut which took sail on June 13th-17th onboard the MSC Splendida. If you're already inclined to attend Asia's largest festival at sea, this may be the final push you need.
The inaugural voyage set sea from Shanghai and traveled to the beautiful island of Shimonoseki, Japan before returning. The 3,500 attendees on board were treated to performances by Kill The Noise, Vicetone, Dash Berlin, Ookay, Blasterjaxx and more. The five-day, four-night vacation hosted themed parties, artist-led activities, gambling, gala dinners, and numerous other experiences.
IT'S THE SHIP began back in 2014 and has since grown to expand locations across Asia. The Singapore edition taking place next week will host acts like Sam Feldt, What So Not, and NERVO. In 2020, they will bring the voyage to South Korea.
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