Norwegian Cruise Line will offer the musical ‘Footloose’ on board the Norwegian Joy

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that the Tony nominated musical ‘Footloose’, along with the classic aerobatics show, ‘Elements’, and the wine tasting comedy, ‘Wine Lovers: The Musical’, will be performed on board of the ‘Norwegian Joy’, the fifteenth boat in its fleet that will start sailing through Alaska next May.

The show, which can be seen for the first time on board a ship, is based on the famous movie of the same name and tells the story of a teenager from Chicago in love with dance, who moves to a small town where it is forbidden . With the successful music of Grammy Award-winning artist Kenny Loggins, ‘Footloose’ celebrates open-mindedness.

Sharing the main stage with this renovated classic of the 80s, the spectators will be able to enjoy the aerial show of acrobatics, ‘Elements’. This show, one of the favorites of Norwegian Cruise Line, focuses on the four elements: Earth, Air, Water and Fire and offers magic, high flying, music and dance.

In addition, as part of the gastronomic specialties of Norwegian, passengers can enjoy ‘Wine Lovers: The Musical’, known as the first musical production of wine tasting in the world, which offers guests the opportunity to taste a variety of wines in a lunch-club style experience while enjoying a musical comedy about the joy of wine and love. The show will be held at the Social Comedy and Night Club with wine served to guests over 21 years old.

The ‘Norwegian Joy’ will move to North America at the end of April after a renewal of more than 50 million dollars (44.4 million euros) that will make it almost identical to its twin ship, the Norwegian Bliss, with a circuit of expanded kart racing and new restaurant and bar concepts.

Your first round trip to Alaska on a seven-day itinerary from Seattle, Washington, will be on May 4, and you will arrive at Glacier Bay and Icy Strait Point during its inaugural season. The ‘Norwegian Joy’ continues with exits through the Panama Canal in October, before offering weekly tours to the Mexican Riviera from Los Angeles in November.