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[Photos by: Kesha, K.Flay/Koury Angelo]

It’s a big day for Kesha as the musician just released her latest single, “Resentment” and the beginning of her lineup for her second annual cruise. Alt-pop powerhouse K.Flay is among the stacked lineup setting sail later this year.

Following the success of Kesha’s Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride in February, the singer confirmed this summer it would be making a return in 2020.

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Today, Kesha revealed K.Flay, Aly & AJ, Big Freedia and Wrabel are among the first wave of artists joining her onstage this October for Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride 2 with more to be announced.

 

The Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride 2 sets sail on the Norwegian Pearl from Miami, Florida to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas October 16-20, 2020.

The ship includes a pool, hot tubs, sports court, jogging track, casino, spa, multiple bars and restaurants and onboard shopping. Kesha will perform two unique shows from the pool deck with multiple stages throughout the ship for the rest of the lineup to rock out on.

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Fans who purchase presale will also receive a special “Behind The Songs” experience with Kesha. There, the singer will pick her favorite hits and discuss the meaning behind each of them. There’s also a lip sync battle where you perform for Kesha and a biggest fan game show challenge where attendees will play against each other to prove their fandom.

Presale is available for signup now here with general on-sale beginning Dec. 18 here. Get a feel for this year’s cruise from Kesha’s documentary below and get more information on this year’s event here.

More on Kesha and K.Flay

Cruise performer Big Freedia joined Kesha on the first single, “Raising Hell,” off her upcoming album. Since then, Kesha has released throwback-tinged “My Own Dance” and today’s “Resentment.”

The most recent track features another cruise performer Wrabel as well as Sturgill Simpson and the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson. The track will appear with the other two on Kesha’s fourth album High Road, which drops Jan. 31.

Check out the video self-shot on an iPhone 11 below and preorder High Road here.

K.Flay recently released her third full-length Solutions in July, which snagged a spot on our 50 best albums of 2019.

The musician dropped the Instagram filter-inspired “This Baby Don’t Cry” video, which followed the cinematic Solutions Trilogy. The collection housed “Bad Vibes,” “Sister” and “Not In California,” which while released out of order, together told a touching story.

Check out part one, “Not In California,” below and grab Solutions here.

Are you going to head out on Kesha’s Kesha Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride 2 cruise? Let us know in the comments below.

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