Mersey Ferries Announces “Fezzy Cross The Mersey” Musical Marathon Cruise
4 years ago
The iconic Mersey Ferries is launching its first ever 6-hour musical cruise, featuring an incredible line up of artists and DJS including Anton Powers, Yasmin Depp, Ukebox, Tequila and JC and the Two Steps.
The cruise will take place on Sunday, August 11 and promises to give passengers an unforgettable experience as they take in live performances from a diverse mix of the UK’s most exciting musical acts, against the backdrop of Liverpool’s stunning UNESCO World Heritage waterfront.
Fezzy Cross the Mersey is brought to you in partnership with talented local; artist Marc Kenny from Slide Away Records. World-renowned DJ Anton Powers will headline the cruise and will be performing a live set of some of his biggest hits. There will also be performances from Wirral native, Yasmin Deep. The incredibly talented singer/songwriter is most well-known for her appearance on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show as the ‘Unexpected Star’.
Passengers onboard the cruise can expect the unexpected from Ukebox – the eclectic five-piece group who take the ukulele to new frontiers. Other acts include Cavern Club favourites JC & The Two Steps and lively party band Tequila
Gary Evans from Mersey Ferries, said:
“This is one of the most exciting cruises we’ve ever launched. Our team has worked in conjunction partners to ensure we’ve created a line up which includes a mix of well-loved local artists, but also a headliner who will excite passengers and help them to enjoy a festival experience on the iconic Mersey Ferry.”
DJ Anton Powers, cruise headliner said:
“I’m super excited to be performing on the first ever ‘Fezzy Cross The Mersey’. I can still remember getting the ferry as a kid and have fond memories of travelling on it.
“The line-up for this is fantastic and I can’t wait to close the event with my set as we sail across the Mersey, I’ll have some big tunes lined up for it!”
Tickets for the cruise are £45 per person, with the cruise lasting 6 hours. The cruise will depart from Seacombe at 12 noon and from Pier Head at 12.15pm – with passengers having the option to leave the vessel and re-join at various times during the day.