BREAKING: Legendary rock band Creed have reunited

Creed will play two shows during the Summer of '99 cruise presented by Sixthman which will travel from Miami to the Bahamas between April 18-22, 2024. 

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
American rock band Creed is officially back after the iconic group announced Wednesday that they will be setting sail for the Summer of '99 cruise next April, according to Billboard.

The band had teased their comeback earlier this month but finally made the rock voyage official, which eager fans had been anxiously waiting for.

Creed will play two shows during the Summer of '99 cruise presented by Sixthman which will travel from Miami to the Bahamas between April 18-22, 2024. The band’s lineup will consist of Scott Stapp, Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips. The cruise will also feature other bands that include 3 Doors Down, Buckcherry, Tonic, Fuel, Vertical Horizon, The Verve Pipe, Tantric and Nine Days, among others.

Beginning with 1997's My Own Prison, Creed put out four albums, which helped shape the massively successful post-grunge rock movement of the late '90s. With the release of their sophomore album Human Clay in 1999, Creed hit its commercial zenith; according to Luminate, the album has sold 11.7 million copies to this point. Singles like "One," "Higher," "With Arms Wide Open," and "My Sacrifice" made the transition from alternative radio to pop audiences, according to Billboard.

The group's final album, Full Circle, was released in 2009, and Creed's joint tour ended in 2012. While Tremonti has frequently published music as the leader of the group Tremonti, among other side projects, Stapp has recorded his second and third solo albums.

According to Billboard, Creed will participate in a live Q&A during the Summer of ’99 cruise that will be open to all that wish to attend. Pre-sale tickets are available now through July 26.
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