Photo credit: IT'S THE SHIP

Music festival It’s The Ship returns after 3-year hiatus; to feature over 60 DJs on Genting Dream

Themed parties will feature live music by over 60 DJs, including Maddix, BLINK and Nakadia.

Farhana Subuhan

Published: 15 February 2023, 4:49 PM

Asia’s largest music festival, It’s the Ship, is all set to take place on board the Genting Dream from Mar 8 to 10.

Back after a three-year hiatus, the seventh edition of the dance music festival will have an array of offerings, including an arcade, theatre, and 35 restaurant and bar concepts.

Carlsberg Singapore, the official beer sponsor for the event, will host activities such as beer pong and bowling during its brand takeover at the 24-hour party room – Zouk at Sea.

Partygoers at the 3D2N floating resort can also enjoy interactive activities such as waterslides, bowling alleys, a rock climbing wall and a mini-golf course.

The themed parties will feature live music by over 60 DJs, such as Maddix, BLINK and Nakadia. There are also options to shop for jewellery, watches, cosmetics and spirits onboard.

Champagne trains, ranging from USD $1,199 (S$1,599) to USD $58,499 (S$78,027), can also be purchased.


The champagne trains require prior purchase of a VIP package. PHOTO CREDIT: IT’S THE SHIP


While the triple and quad sharing cabins are all sold out, the twin sharing cabins are still available, with prices ranging from USD$1,638 (S$2,185) to USD$5,558 (S$7,414). The majority of these cabins will offer private balconies with ocean views.

The cabin fare includes accommodation onboard, food, non-carbonated and non-alcoholic drinks, themed pop-up activities as well as DJ performances.

Tickets to the music festival can be purchased from It’s The Ship’s website. Only those aged 18 and above are eligible for ticket purchase.

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