Thursday, September 7, 2017

Multi-platinum group Il Divo to set sail on four-night Caribbean cruise

Fans of the classical crossover group Il Divo will have a chance to hear and see the group – and even meet the members personally – on a four-day Caribbean cruise this fall aboard Royal Caribbean International’s Brilliance of the Seas.

During the four-night cruise, which will depart Tampa, Fla. on Nov. 30 for Cozumel, Mexico, guests can hear solo performances, enjoy dancing, take part in theme parties, and more.

“For us, it’s a way of sharing a unique experience with our audience,” group member David Miller says. “For the first time we’ll be joining our fans on the cruise of a lifetime and we’ll be singing our most requested songs in the most luxurious of settings.”



“Guests will be treated to the ultimate Il Divo experience with special individual performances that can only be seen on this ship,” group member Urs Bühler adds.

Activities will include concerts from Il Divo, solo performances from all members, an exclusive photo opportunity, an interactive game show, screenings of Miller’s film “A Hand of Bridge”, a masquerade ball, karaoke, dancing and more.

Cruise guests will also have a rare opportunity to interact with band members Miller and Bühler, Carlos Marin and Sébastien Izambard.

The multi-platinum group most recently brought their AMOR & PASION tour to North America in support of their studio album of the same name.

In Cozumel, passengers will have the opportunity to explore ancient ruins and beautiful white sand beaches of Mexico.

“We can’t wait for our fans to join us in the most romantic of settings in the Western Caribbean,” Bühler said.

The cruise will take place Nov. 30 through Dec. 4. Fares start at $899. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.IlDivoCruise.com.

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