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Howl at the Moon and Norwegian Cruise Line are giving away a cruise.
If you’ve followed my cruise travels here, you’ll know that I’ve been on a lot of Norwegian Cruise Line ships in the last couple of years. Yes, I’ve grown to love the FreeStyle cruising concept, but also I’m often back onboard because one of their ships is going someplace that I need to visit (like a transatlantic crossing). Or I want to introduce friends to Norwegian’s incredible musical entertainment.
Howl at the Moon is one of those high-energy, late-night shows that I always suggest for my friends to experience. I’ve never seen a performance at one of the Howl at the Moon land-based locations, only on the Norwegian Epic and Norwegian Breakaway. I can’t imagine it being too much more fun or interactive.
On a seven-night cruise, there are four performances that take place in Headliners Comedy Club venue. In simple terms, the show revolves around two amazingly talented piano players, each at their own baby grand piano.
There’s a lot of humor, which becomes more funny-risque as the performance gets later and later into the night. The audience soon becomes part of the show so if you don’t like to participate, don’t sit in the first few rows. Familiar music from the 70’s and onward are the fodder for this audience-participation four-hour show.
Which brings me to the Howl at the Moon and their sweepstakes to win a cruise. You may not want to participate in the show (think feather boas, maracas and silly dancing), but who wouldn’t want win a free cruise on one of these new ships?
It will be on either the Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Breakaway or launching in 2014, the Norwegian Getaway. The contest ends at midnight on July 22, 2013 so click here to go to the sweepstakes entry page. Your seven-night cruise will include airfare for two in an inside stateroom accommodation for the winner and one guest.
And remember, if you win the cruise, you don’t have to worry about a designated driver or taxi ride to get home after the Howl at the Moon show at sea.
Photo credit: Howl and the Moon; Norwegian Cruise Line