Kesha Announces ‘Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride’ Cruise

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– Kesha
Kesha sings “Praying” during the Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in NYC Jan. 28.

Get ready to get weird and bust out the glitter because Kesha is inviting fans to join her on a four-day cruise to the Bahamas that promises to be the “wildest ride of their lives.” 

“Kesha’s Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride” is scheduled Feb. 17-21 aboard the Norwegian Pearl, sailing from Tampa, Fla., to Nassau, Bahamas.
“We will let go of the worries in our lives together on the open sea. We will all be on a rainbow-glitter filled trip together where the dance parties never end,” Kesha said in a statement. “I’m bringing some of my most fabulous friends and fellow performers to make sure your boogie feet never stop.”
The pop star will be joined by a mix of musicians and entertainers including Betty Who, Superfruit (Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying of Pentatonix), Jonathan Van Ness (Gay of Thrones, Queer Eye), Big Freedia, Wrabel, Bob The Drag Queen, Detox, and Thorgy Tho. Expect more special guests to be announced. 
– Kesha’s Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride
Kesha will treat fans to two unique sets on the pool deck stage. Of course, there will be a full schedule of activities to keep you entertained, along with the musical performances. 
The Norwegian Pearl boasts 11 onboard bars and lounges, 15 dining experiences, a casino, an outdoor pool, hot tubs, and spa treatments. 
Fans can register now for the cruise presale at, with the first cabins booked receiving a special edition poster autographed by Kesha. Double occupancy staterooms begin at $895 per person, plus taxes and fees. Payment plans are available.
“Throw out everything you think you know about cruising and let your freak flag fly,” Kesha says. “There are only two rules: bring some glitter and be yourself unapologetically.”
Kesha is currently in the middle of her co-headline tour with Macklemore. The next stop is Usana Amphitheatre in Salt Lake City. 
She grossed an average of $109,965 per show with 95 percent of tickets sold for her 2017 headline dates, according to reports submitted to Pollstar’s BoxOffice department.