Groove Cruise 2012 Is 96-Percent Sold Out! Less Than 40 Cabins Left!

Quick, hit the fucking techno siren!

Alert, alert, alert ... If all you beat freaks were planning to "GET WHET" aboard the Groove Cruise next January, there's no time to waste 'cause Crossfade has just received word that the world's largest floating dance music festival is 96-percent occupied!

There are less than 40 cabins left. Prices increase today. And as the Captain is apt to say, "This sailing is going to sell out very soon!"

So if you don't act fast, your personal beat freakin' future will not include "2000 sexy people, 72 hours, 55 artists, 9 party experiences, 2 islands, and a massive cruise ship."

Floatin' out of port aboard the Norwegian Sky on January 27, 2012, the eighth annual Groove Cruise is being described as a three-day, open-ocean dance music experience for beat freaks "who live by the mantra to 'Work Hard and Play Harder.'"

The passenger list also includes Funkagenda, Sydney Blu, Boris, Chus + Ceballos, Sander Van Doorn, Victor Calderone, Chris Lake, Thomas Gold, Rogers Sanchez, and 46 other professional party starters.

So don't let your hot cruisin' ass get ditched at the dock. Heed that fucking techno siren, break out your bikini, credit cards, and Ecstasy, and dial 1-877-GET-WHET.

See you on the high seas, beat freaks.

Groove Cruise 2012. Friday, January 27, to Sunday, January 29. Norwegian Sky sailing from Port of Miami, 1015 N. America Way, Miami. Prices start at $629 per person. Ports of Call include Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay Private Island, Bahamas. Visit thegroovecruise.com.

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