Kesha's Weird & Woderful Rainbow Ride

Kesha's Weird & Woderful Rainbow Ride

Kesha's Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride 2 will now set sail April 1-5, 2022 from Miami to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas on Norwegian Pearl!

We have extended the invitation to our original talent lineup to join us for the new dates, and we appreciate your patience as details are finalized. We look forward to sharing more information soon and gathering together at sea next April!

 


FAQ

An email was sent to all booked guests on April 16, 2021 announcing the postponement. We understand that a change in scheduling may pose a conflict, so no action is needed from you until our full 2022 website is launched. At that time, you will receive another email from us and will have a minimum of two weeks to choose one of the following options that best meets your needs:

  • Transfer your existing reservation to 2022’s event
  • Receive an event credit for a future Sixthman festival
  • Submit a request for a full refund

And because we know you're wondering, any complimentary beverage package that you have will roll over to your 2022 reservation if you choose to transfer!

We are in close contact with Norwegian Cruise Line to keep our guests informed of any changes to requirements for sailing once ships are back at sea. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings announced the launch of its SailSAFE health and safety program on April 6th, 2021. This includes required vaccinations for all guests and crew on NCL sailings through October 31, 2021. This policy currently applies to all Sixthman sailings through November 17, 2021.

At this time, no information has been released requiring guests to have a COVID-19 vaccine for an April 2022 sailing and no changes have been made to standard policies on any standard NCL voyages after November 1st, 2021 or on any NCL hosted Sixthman events after November 17th, 2021. 

As plans and protocols continue to evolve in the months leading up to our first 2022 sailing, we cannot yet confirm if guests will be required to be vaccinated on our sailings beyond November 2021, but we will continue to follow the science and expert advice. Given the ever-evolving nature of the pandemic, the phased rollout of the vaccine, and the speed of scientific learnings, it is premature to make policy decisions for sailings which are months away. We will always share the most updated information regarding your vacation with booked guests via email and on this website.

Please read more about the safety and security measures at ncl.com/safe and Sixthman’s continued commitment to our guests at sixthman.net/assurance!