Sixthman’s Summer Road Trip Visits Carnival’s Miami Headquarters


Carnival Cruise Lines’ Miami headquarters was the first stop for a rock and roll caravan featuring a series of free concerts in 10 U.S. cities presented by Sixthman, an Atlanta-based tour operator specializing in music-themed group charter cruises, including 28 charters with Carnival. Six other full-ship music Sixthman charters are scheduled with Carnival between now and the end of next year.

The Sixthman Summer Road Trip concert series is sponsored by Carnival and will travel from Miami to Chicago and multiple points in between, featuring live performances by rising stars Chuck Cannon, Tim Brantley, Bronze Radio Return and Trailer Park Ninjas.  The tour, which runs through August, is a way for Sixthman to promote their upcoming music-themed cruises and introduce consumers to artists who will be performing on board.

Shown here in front of Sixthman’s tour bus – and the giant replica of Carnival’s signature winged funnel that adorns its Miami offices – are (from left):  Carnival’s Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships John Diulus, Director of Strategic Partnerships Tom Dougher, Vice President of Worldwide Sales Joni Rein; Sixthman CEO and Founder Andy Levine; and Carnival’s President and CEO Gerry Cahill.

Guests and fans can check out for the complete lineup of shows.