Are you familiar with “Carnival LIVE”? I’ve talked about it many times before because I think it’s such a phenomenal cruise experience! “Carnival LIVE” invites incredible musicians and outrageously funny comedians to perform for their guests at a fraction of what the same concert would cost you on land! I’m always excited to report the list of upcoming stars, but seeing what’s planned for 2017 leaves me ecstatic!
Country music superstars will step aboard some of Carnival’s ships when passengers dock in Nassau, The Bahamas, early next year. Tim McGraw will bring hits like “Something Like That” and “Where The Green Grass Grows” to fans aboard the Carnival Breeze March 2 and Carnival Valor March 3.
Grammy-winning quartet Little Big Town will also perform for passengers on the Carnival Dream and Carnival Valor on May 11 and May 12, respectively. Carrie Underwood is also slated to perform as part of Carnival LIVE in the later part of 2017.
Jeff Foxworthy is a successful and popular comedian known for spoofing "rednecks." He starred in the situation comedy The Jeff Foxworthy Show. He’ll perform two shows; one aboard the Carnival Freedom on June 21 and another aboard the Carnival Ecstasy on June 22.
And longtime host of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno will entertain guests aboard the Carnival Victory on May 3 and the Carnival Vista on May 4. Now that’s a show I’d love to see!
General Admission tickets to the shows cost $30 to $80 USD per guest (depending on the performer) and VIP tickets are $100 to $300 USD per guest. As a VIP, you will get some of the best seats to the show, a commemorative VIP pass, plus a photo opportunity with the artist(s).