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Paramore Announces Parahoy! Cruise Festival

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Parahoy, mateys!

That's right ... Hayley Williams, Taylor York, Jeremy Davis, and the rest of the Paramore crew will be throwing a megabash aboard a four-day cruise, just for you, Parawhores.

Departing from Port Miami aboard the Norwegian Pearl in March 2014, Paramore, Tegan and Sara, and other rockers will be setting sail to a private island somewhere in the middle of the Caribbean for the Parahoy! Cruise Festival.

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Forget having to pretend that an airplane in the night sky was a shooting star. Because where you're going, there won't be any airplanes. So if you see a falling shimmer of light in the sky, close your eyes, make a wish, and open them.

If you look around carefully, you'll see multiple stages hosting concerts all over the ship, fans meeting Paramore and the other stars of the vessel, doing Q&A sessions and other activities.

And then if you look yonder into the distance, you'll notice a piece of uncharted paradise that you'll get to explore with fellow Parawhores.

You'll have to wait a little longer for the rest of the Parahoy! lineup, but if you can't get enough of that Paramore action, go catch 'em at the BB&T Center in November.

Maybe wishes do come true after all.

Parahoy! Cruise Festival. With Paramore, Tegan and Sara, and others. Friday, March 7 to Tuesday, March 11, 2014. Norwegian Pearl boarding at the Port of Miami, 1015 North America Way, Miami. Presale begins September 12 with tickets starting at $650. Visit parahoy.com.

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