Thu Jul 19 2018

7:15 PM

Rock On! Concert Cruise Aboard The Mass Bay Lines MV New Boston

60 Rowes Wharf Boston, MA 02110

$30

Ages 21+

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THIS CRUISE BOARDS AT 7:15 AND DEPARTS AT 8PM SHARP AND RETURNS AT 11PM

DON'T BE LATE!!  You do NOT Want to be that Guy or Gal that watches the Party Float Away from the Dock!

YOUR ID WILL BE REQUIRED TO BOARD THE BOAT!

All Cruises Are Rain Or Shine!

Advance tix sales stop at 5 minutes before departure time.  If the cruise is not sold out tickets will be available at the dock at Gate C starting at 7pm - Cash Only .- This cruise is on Mass Bay Lines and departs from Rowes Wharf at The Boston Harbor Hotel Atlantic Avenue - There is $10 Parking @ INTERNATIONAL PLACE GARAGE across from the Hotel after 6pm

By T, Red Line to South Station - it's 1/4 mile up Atlantic Ave or Blue Line to Aquarium - it's 1/4 mile down Atlantic Ave.  There is an ATM on the boat, light snacks and hot dogs also available on the boat.

You will be subject to a SECURITY CHECK / LIGHT PAT DOWN outside drinks, flasks and contraband are not allowed.  Drugs are Bad mmm'kay? Stick em where the sun don't shine or expect them to be confiscated.

Questions? email Dan Millen rockondan@gmail.com - DON'T FORGET YOUR ID!  And Rock On!

12th Annual Rock On! Concert Cruise Series!
Cracker

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  • Cracker

    Cracker

    Alternative Rock

    A brief rundown of Cracker’s history: Lowery, in the mid-80s, in Santa Cruz, California, formed Camper Van Beethoven, and their “Take the Skinheads Bowling” became an instant college radio staple. When CVB disbanded on tour in Sweden, following their second major label release, Lowery formed Cracker with his longtime friend Johnny Hickman. (The pair had met on the local music scene as teenagers in Redlands, CA.) Cracker’s emergent sound had less in common with Camper’s exotic excursions and was more in synch with the Kinks and Southern roots music. They released their self-titled debut on Virgin, and following the #1 Modern Rock hit “Teen Angst (What The World Needs Now),” the band became a minor commercial sensation (complete with then-significant MTV exposure). The platinum-selling Kerosene Hat contained the enormous, era-defining hit single “Low,” as well as “Get Off This,” and “Eurotrash Girl.” When the dust settled, Cracker found themselves with an ever-growing, devoted following both in the U.S. (where fans refer to themselves as Crumbs) and throughout Europe. Today the band stays well connected to yet another generation of fans via internet, many of whom were kids when these alt-rock godfathers were first ruling rock radio.

12th Annual Rock On! Concert Cruise Series!

Cracker

Cracker
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$30 Ages 21+

Click HERE for everything you ever wanted to know about your Rock On! Concert Cruise!

THIS CRUISE BOARDS AT 7:15 AND DEPARTS AT 8PM SHARP AND RETURNS AT 11PM

DON'T BE LATE!!  You do NOT Want to be that Guy or Gal that watches the Party Float Away from the Dock!

YOUR ID WILL BE REQUIRED TO BOARD THE BOAT!

All Cruises Are Rain Or Shine!

Advance tix sales stop at 5 minutes before departure time.  If the cruise is not sold out tickets will be available at the dock at Gate C starting at 7pm - Cash Only .- This cruise is on Mass Bay Lines and departs from Rowes Wharf at The Boston Harbor Hotel Atlantic Avenue - There is $10 Parking @ INTERNATIONAL PLACE GARAGE across from the Hotel after 6pm

By T, Red Line to South Station - it's 1/4 mile up Atlantic Ave or Blue Line to Aquarium - it's 1/4 mile down Atlantic Ave.  There is an ATM on the boat, light snacks and hot dogs also available on the boat.

You will be subject to a SECURITY CHECK / LIGHT PAT DOWN outside drinks, flasks and contraband are not allowed.  Drugs are Bad mmm'kay? Stick em where the sun don't shine or expect them to be confiscated.

Questions? email Dan Millen rockondan@gmail.com - DON'T FORGET YOUR ID!  And Rock On!

Cracker

Cracker

Alternative Rock

A brief rundown of Cracker’s history: Lowery, in the mid-80s, in Santa Cruz, California, formed Camper Van Beethoven, and their “Take the Skinheads Bowling” became an instant college radio staple. When CVB disbanded on tour in Sweden, following their second major label release, Lowery formed Cracker with his longtime friend Johnny Hickman. (The pair had met on the local music scene as teenagers in Redlands, CA.) Cracker’s emergent sound had less in common with Camper’s exotic excursions and was more in synch with the Kinks and Southern roots music. They released their self-titled debut on Virgin, and following the #1 Modern Rock hit “Teen Angst (What The World Needs Now),” the band became a minor commercial sensation (complete with then-significant MTV exposure). The platinum-selling Kerosene Hat contained the enormous, era-defining hit single “Low,” as well as “Get Off This,” and “Eurotrash Girl.” When the dust settled, Cracker found themselves with an ever-growing, devoted following both in the U.S. (where fans refer to themselves as Crumbs) and throughout Europe. Today the band stays well connected to yet another generation of fans via internet, many of whom were kids when these alt-rock godfathers were first ruling rock radio.