The pool deck of the ship is the main stage for the weekend. These headliners along with supporting DJs will be performing Friday night, Saturday day/night and Sunday afternoon on the main stage pool side.
Paul Oakenfold is the famous two time Grammy nominated DJ, remixer, and producer who introduced the world to house music. Born in London, England, Oakenfold’s musical career began with mixing at age 16. He made his first DJ appearance in the late 1970s, where he played soul at a basement wine bar in Covent Garden, London. Paul currently holds a much coveted US residency at one of the largest night clubs in Las Vegas, Rain at The Palms Casino. Perfecto, his creation and his first and only US residency, which is his famous Saturday night party, began in 2008 and continues to grow. Oakenfold’s popularity and style paved the way for many dance DJs to follow suit, with other clubs in Las Vegas using his successful model of dance music to mold club nights of their own. During his free time he can also be found in the studio producing and remixing music’s biggest hits, which include songs by Britney Spears, Nicki Minaj, Kings of Leon, U2, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Jackson, The Cure and many more.
What Avicii wants is to create music for people to listen to and come to love, whether it be at home, in a dark nightclub or on a cruise ship. Avicii puts great emphasis on melodies in his productions and appeals to fans of many different house music genres. Avicii emerged in the music industry in 2008, when he was 18-years-old, compiling a remix of the theme song to the Commodore 64 video game Lazy Jones. This led to his first release on Strike Recordings, entitled "Lazy Lace." In 2010, Avicii released a collaboration with fellow Swedish DJ John Dahlbäck, titled "Don't Hold Back." He is additionally working on projects with internationally-recognized DJs Tiësto and Sebastian Ingrosso. While his work is primarily electronic synthetic tracks, EMI released a vocal version of his track "Bromance," titled "Seek Bromance."
Born and raised in the musically historic city of Manchester, England, Marc and Allister Blackham, also known as the EC Twins, began their career in the House Music scene in Edinburgh, Scotland at age 16. Known for their incredibly infectious high energy shows, the Twins have performed as the opening act for artists such as the Black Eyed Peas, Kaskade, Erick Morillo, and now headline in their respective residencies at New York’s Lavo, Tao groups newest and hottest club The Marquee, and Lavo and Tao nightclubs in Las Vegas, Liv in Miami, and Enclave in Chicago. In addition, they have recently performed at major electronic music festivals such as the Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival and the Winter Music Conference.