The International Blues Revue P&O Minicruise to Amsterdam
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After last year’s runaway success, the International Blues Revue is set to sail again. Featuring the deep sounds of the best blues bands and artists on the scene, it’s a minicruise not be missed.
Something New… Veronica Spergia & Max De Bernadi (Italy) –winners of the European Blues Challenge (2013) Kaz Hawkins Band (Northern Ireland)…winners of UK Blues Challenge (2016) and first British artists to be semi-finalists in International Blues Challenge in Memphis (2017) Jon Amor, Johnny Hewitt…will join old favorites …
Norman Beaker Band – Norman was inducted into the US Blues Hall of Fame (2017) Kyla Brox, Tom Attah…Performing In Amsterdam…
Kai Strauss Band (Germany) – voted Top Blues Band in Germany (2015) …playing for us in Amsterdam Kai Strauss and the Electric Blues Allstars are truly amazing with a soulful connection to blues music.
5.00pm - Check in commences at Hull Terminal 1 - Passengers MUST arrive before 7.00pm.
7.30pm - Boarding is completed.
9.00pm - Ship departs for Europoort, Rotterdam.
8.00am - Ship arrives at Europoort, Rotterdam.
8.30am - Coach departs from Europoort.
10.00am - Coach arrives near Amsterdam central station. (Saturday and Sunday it arrives at 11:15.)
5.00pm - Coach departs from near Amsterdam Central Station (the same place as the drop off point) - Passengers MUST arrive on time.
7.30pm - Coach arrives at Europoort, Rotterdam.
9.00pm - Ship departs from Europoort, Rotterdam.
8.00am - Ship arrives at Hull
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