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Paramore Plan Concert Cruise With Tegan and Sara

Parahoy! will set sail from Miami next year

Hayley Williams of Paramore performs in Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
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August 23, 2013 10:15 AM ET

Paramore will hit the high seas next year with their own concert cruise, Parahoy! Along with Tegan and Sara, the rockers will set sail from Miami on March 7th, 2014, and will travel to a currently undisclosed location in the Caribbean, wrapping up on March 11th, Billboard reports.

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The festival's ship, the Norwegian Pearl, will include multiple stages to emphasize fan interaction and artist collaborations. Paramore and other bands will also host activities like Q&A sessions. More of the lineup will be announced soon.

Paramore have a busy 2013 still ahead; they'll kick off a North American tour on October 15th at the Key Arena in Seattle.

Though cruise ship festivals have become a hot choice for some artists, they aren't a sure thing: Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath earlier this year had to cancel his nostalgia-fueled concert cruise, which was set for October.

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