Capital Jazz Supercruise 2020

The Capital Jazz Supercruise 2020 has just been announced.

Man, are we talking about 2020 already?

This is the 13th edition of the event, and they always do it big. The cruise will take place January 16th – 24th, 2020 and it will be eight days of jazz, soul, funk, gospel and comedy.

You will set sail on the Royal Caribbean Independence of the Seas.

Here are the ports of call:

  • Ft. Lauderdale
  • St. Lucia
  • Antigua
  • St. Thomas

Capital Supercruise

The artist lineup will be announced in December of 2018, but you do not want to wait for that to book your spot.

Check out highlights from The Supercruise 2017.


9 Replies to "Capital Jazz Supercruise 2020"

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    Victoria Douglas July 2, 2018 (10:27 pm)

    Is there still room? I would love to attend.

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      ExoticDJ July 3, 2018 (1:46 pm)

      Click here to start your reservation.

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    Ms Davis December 14, 2018 (12:22 pm)

    I’m really interested in going on the Soultrain Cruise in January 2020.. I was wondering if you could see about getting some of these artist on this cruise: Jeffrey Osborn, Anita Baker, Will Downing, Maze, Whispers, O’Jays, Gladys Knight, Kem & Gregory Porter, Gerald Albright, Stevie Wonder, etc…

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      ExoticDJ December 14, 2018 (6:25 pm)

      I do not personally book the artists, but I will definitely pass along your suggestions!!

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    Hester Townsend Whitaker January 8, 2019 (2:56 pm)

    Are there any rooms left for January. Definitely want to be on the list for 2020

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      ExoticDJ January 8, 2019 (4:54 pm)

      Visit this link for more information.

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    JOHNNY D JOHNSON January 9, 2019 (12:56 pm)

    Can I upgrade

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      ExoticDJ January 9, 2019 (4:46 pm)

      If you already have a reservation, log into your account and there should be a contact link for you to upgrade.

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    Tillmon January 27, 2019 (5:44 pm)

    I’ve done this cruise before and had a great time but the long lines could be avoided if some sort of ticketing or reservation system was used for attendees, especially on a ship as large as this one. We could get a list of the shows and sign up for the more popular ones with reserved seating. This would allow us to enjoy other ship activities before the scheduled show. Many of us spent a long time in lone for the more popular shows, missing out on other on board activities.

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