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IT’S THE SHIP Returns to the Straits of Malacca

Highlights include the multiple stages with themed nights, with Armada Night, Andrew Rayel, Marlo, David Gravell, Khomha, and Ben Gold.

Peking Duk performs at IT'S THE SHIP. Photo courtesy of Colossal Photos.

Peking Duk performs at IT'S THE SHIP. Photo courtesy of Colossal Photos.

IT’S THE SHIP returns for the third edition this year with a four-day and three-night music festival. It remains as Asia’s largest and the world’s second largest EDM festival on the Royal Caribbean International cruiseliner.

Departing from the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore on November 4, it will be crossing international waters along the Straits of Malacca to Pearl of the Orient, Penang before returning to Singapore.

Over 60 acts will be featured over the course of the festival covering multi music genres with over 3,800 attendees coming from over 50 countries.

IT’S THE SHIP, sold out just over some weeks ago, have been a popular event since its very first edition. Some of the highlights include the multiple stages with themed nights, with Armada Night, Andrew Rayel, Marlo, David Gravell, Khomha, and Ben Gold on stage.

Another not-to-be-missed highlight includes Captain of the Ship – The Hoff.

Organiser The Livescape Group will also be partnering with Octagon (Official Club Partner), MTV Asia (Official Music Channel), Evian & Badoit (Official Mineral Water), Redbull (Official Energy Drink), Scoot (Official Airline) and Playboy Thailand (Official Lifestyle Magazine).

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