Holy Ship!!! 2014 Announces Lineup: Skrillex, Duck Sauce, Diplo, 43 Others

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Ahoy, beat freaks!!!

The bad news: Holy Ship!!! 2014 is sold out.

The slightly less bad news: You can join a waiting list, just in case some weak-ass cruiser cops out and cancels his trip.

And now the good news: Everyone's favorite uhntz-uhtnz-ing high seas adventure has just announced a 45-act lineup that's totally loaded with experienced EDM cruisers like Skrillex, Duck Sauce's A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, and blonde beach-y beefcake Diplo.

Hopefully, you've already secured a portside cabin. 'Cause, like, just check the cut for Holy Ship!!! 2014's epic oceanbound lineup.

See also:

-Top Six Dance Moves Aboard Holy Ship!! 2013 in Animated GIF!

-Holy Ship!!! 2014 Announces Dates, New Vessel, Departing From Port of Miami

Holy Ship !!! 2014 Lineup


-Duck Sauce


-Boys Noize


-Laidback Luke


-Zeds Dead

-Dillon Francis


-Chromeo (DJ Set)

-Disclosure (DJ Set)

-Armand Van Helden


-Claude VonStroke

-Maceo Plex


-RL Grime



-Alvin Risk


-Justin Martin

-Shlohmo (DJ Set)



-Alex Metric



-Just Blaze



-Ryan Hemsworth

-Cyril Hahn


-Strip Steve


-Kill Frenzy

-Anime Edge & Dance

-French Fries

-Gorgon City

-Light Year

-Jerome LOL

-Samo Sound Boy


-Liquid Todd

Holy Ship!!! 2014. Thursday, January 9, to Sunday, January 12, 2014. MSC Divina, boarding at Port of Miami, 1015 N. America Way, Miami. The cruise is sold out. Visit holyship.com.

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