2013 Rock and Blues Concert Cruise Logo  

Hard to believe it is spring time; it will be warm outside soon,  we promise. We have freshened things up for this season, starting with the logo. Please let us know what you think.


And more importantly, we are working hard on building the 2013 Rock and Blues Cruise schedule. Our first three shows are going on sale tomorrow:

  • June 16 - Ska in the Harbor with Westbound Train and The Toasters
  • June 22 - Ryan Montbleau Band
  • July 5 - The annual Booty Boat Cruise with Booty Vortex. 

Tickets for these cruises are available for purchase on our Facebook page and on our website at www.rockandbluescruise.com. We hope you will give the Facebook page a friendly "LIKE".


We have more shows in the works and look forward to telling you about them in the coming weeks. As always, please email us with your ideas, suggestions and concerns at adam@rockandbluescruise.com.

Ska in the Harbor poster    
Sunday, June 16
2pm boarding/3pm departure
RMB 2013  
Saturday, June 22
7pm boarding/8pm departure
Booty 2013  
Friday, July 5
7pm boarding/8pm departure
Booty Boat Cruise with Booty Vortex
Other shows around town:
We like to support music year round. Here are some shows from all genres we thought you might be interested in:
Sarah Blacker and Carsie Blanton at Passim March 22

Lori McKenna at Passim April 4 and 5 (limited tickets available)

Ben Rector with Alpha Rev at The Sinclair April 26

Melissa Ferrick at the Center for the Arts in Natick May 3

Scotty McCreery at Indian Ranch in Webster, MA August 10

About the Rock and Blues Concert Cruises

The 2013 Rock and Blues Concert Cruises sail on the Provincetown II operated by Bay Sate Cruise Company. Cruises depart from the World Trade Center Pier at 200 Seaport Blvd, in the Seaport District of Boston.Cruises usually board one hour before departure time and typically last three hours.  There is a cash bar and food concessions on board. (Please don't bring your own.)  Ticket holders must be 21+. Rock and Blues Concert Cruises sail rain or shine.  


Ticketing: Advance tickets may be purchased online at www.rockandbluescruise.com.  Online ticketing closes four hours before sailing on the day of the event. If the show is not sold out, tickets will be available at the Bay State Cruise Box Office located at the pier starting 90 minutes before sailing. 


Parking for Bay State Cruise Company in the Seaport District:  Adjacent Open Air Parking Lots cost between $12-$15 per car per day. Underground parking is available at the Seaport Hotel, directly across the street from the dock. Rates in the garage are more expensive.


Take the T to Bay State Cruise Company via the Silver Line - Take the subway to South Station and transfer to the Silver Line (the Silver Line also travels through the Back Bay). The Silver Line departs approximately every five minutes to the World Trade Center stop and the trip is just a few minutes.


Sponsor the Rock and Blues Concert Cruises

The Rock and Blues Concert Cruise offers sponsors an opportunity to talk to highly targeted captive audiences. We can build a custom package based on your needs - whether you are looking to create product trial through our sampling programs, increase awareness of your product or drive traffic to your company. In addition, sponsors receive tickets that can be used for client hospitality, sales incentives etc. For sponsorship information, please email adam@rockandbluescruise.com.