Descendants and Bad Religion join Flogging Molly’s Salty Dog Cruise line-up
The band hit the high seas again for their sixth annual cruise event.
Singer Dave King of the irish-american band Flogging Molly performs live on stage during the Hurricane Festival on June 22, 2019 in Scheessel, Germany. Image: Gina Wetzler / Redferns
Flogging Molly has announced that fellow punk legends Descendants and Bad Religion will be joining them on their sixth annual Salty Dog Cruise.
This year’s event runs from 5-9 November 2020, onboard the Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas. The packed roster features several other punk acts like The Devil Makes Three, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Broilers, Frank Turner’s hardcore band Mongol Horde, Authority Zero, The Bunny Gang, The Cherry Coke$, Punk Rock Karaoke, The Attack, Brogue Wave, and more that have yet to be announced. The vessel sets sail from Tampa Bay, Florida, and will make stops at Florida Keys and the Bahamas before returning back to port.
Prior to the Salty Dog Cruise, Flogging Molly are also going on tour with Mad Caddies and Street Dogs starting on 12 March in Valley Center, California. Following that, they will be playing the Bonnaroo Festival 2020 on 14 June in Manchester, Tennessee, before heading on a European tour starting on 17 June in Nordfjordeid, Norway at the Malakoff Rock Festival 2020, and ending on 21 August in Exeter, UK, at the Beautiful Days Festival 2020.
More information about the Salty Dog Cruise here.
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