Monsters of Rock Cruise Shifts On Land for Operation Monster Beach 2021 with Alice Cooper, More (Full Details)


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The Monsters of Rock Cruise is scheduled to take place in 2021 — but with a twist.

For the tenth anniversary of the landmark music cruise, organizers have put together a lineup featuring headliner Alice Cooper and many more … but it’s not on a boat this time.

Instead, Operation Monster Beach will take over two private, all-inclusive resorts in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic from May 26-31.

Per a news release:

Operation Monster Beach’s supporting line-up includes: Lit, Winger, LA Guns, KIX, Great White, Pat Travers, H.E.A.T, Vixen, Eclipse, Killer Dwarfs, Black N’ Blue, Mike Tramp, Bullet Boys, Beasto Blanco, Pink Cream 69, Faster Pussycat, Electric Boys, Joel Hoekstra, XYZ, Little Caesar, Signal 13, and John Corabi, with more to be announced. Bands will be performing on various stages on the beach and at the pools, plus there will be a variety of indoor venues throughout the two resorts.

In addition to performances, Operation Monster Beach will host interactive events between artists and cruisers, including: Artist/Cruiser Q&A sessions, Gong Show Karaoke, “So You Think You Can Shred” challenge, Cooking with Rock Stars, Name That Monster Song, and Painting With Rock Stars, Rock Stars vs Average Joe Basketball and Beach Volleyball, with more to be announced. Plus, Operation Monster Beach will host themed nights and opportunities to dine with the bands.

Suites are on sale now and start at $1,999 per person (double occupancy) for those interested. Click here for more details.

Of course, the state of the COVID-19 pandemic is heavy on everybody’s minds as we near the start of a new year. Fully recognizing that, this is part of the official announcement on the festival’s official website:

We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation with Royal Caribbean and the CDC, doing countless hours of research and deliberation all while running through different scenarios on how things will run onboard. We want to assure you that the safety of guests, artists, and crew is our #1 priority.

After our discussions with Royal Caribbean, we have concluded that we will not be able to safely deliver the MORC experience that our guests are accustomed to aboard a ship until 2022.

BUT…

ARE WE REALLY GOING TO GO MORE THAN AN ENTIRE YEAR WITHOUT KICK-ASS CONCERTS, SEEING OUR MORC ALUMNI AND ENJOYING ANOTHER LEGENDARY MOR EXPERIENCE?

NOPE! We have had quite enough bad news for 2020…the show WILL go on! MORC Cruisers, put your sea legs away for 2021 – WE ARE TAKING THE PARTY TO LAND!


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