Hard's Holy Ship!! 2013 Lineup Announced: Justice, Boys Noize, Diplo, and 33 Others

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Toss a couple Dramamines into your party-time pill pack.

On January 4, 2013, the second annual edition of Hard's Holy Ship!! electronic music cruise will set sail from Fort Lauderdale's Port Everglades for three nights of brain-busting beats. Tickets sold out in only 28 hours and now the hotly anticipated lineup has finally been announced.

Strap on your neon life jacket and get your face melted by for Justice, Boys Noize, Diplo, and 33 others while bobbing across international waters.

Check out Holy Ship!! 2013's full lineup after the cut.

Skrillex said Holy Ship! 2012 was the "craziest thing to happen in EDM period." Relive your memories or see them for the first time with this video from last year's uhntz-uhntz-ing oceanic adventure:

Hard's Holy Ship!! 2013 Lineup


-Boys Noize

-Knife Party

-Major Lazer



-Skream & Benga

-Busy P

-Jack Beats



-12th Planet

-Dillon Francis

-Tommy Trash





-Kill the Noise

-Alvin Risk

-Claude Vonstroke

-Justin Martin

-Big Gigantic



-Eats Everything

-L-VIS 1990

-Bok Bok

-J. Philip



-Girl Unit


-Gina Turner

-Rory Phillips

-The Knocks

-Special surprise guests

Holy Ship!! 2013 with Justice, Boys Noize, Diplo, and 33 others. Friday, January 4, to Monday,January 7, 2013. MSC Poesia, boarding at Port Everglades, 1850 Eller Dr., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are sold out. Visit holyship.com.

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