SAMMY HAGAR-Themed Cruise Planned For April
According to a posting on Sammy Hagar's official web site, a Hagar-themed cruise is currently being planned for April 2006. The cruise would leave from Los Angeles and make its way down to Cabo San Lucas. Details have not been confirmed yet but there are rumors of "killer entertainment" on the way to Cabo and a private SAMMY AND THE WABOS show at the Cabo Wabo Cantina for people who have purchased this package.
This package will be offered first online at Redrocker.com and CaboWabo.com. The packages are expected go on sale next week.
As previously reported, the first U.S. outpost of Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo Cantina has been named a top location. The hospitality industry trade magazine Nightclub & Bar compiled a list of the Top 100 bars and clubs in the U.S., and Hagar's operation in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, made the list. The honor will be officially presented at the Nightclub & Bar/Beverage Retailer Beverage And Food Convention & Trade Show in Las Vegas in March.
Hagar has plans to open several more Cabo Wabo locations across the U.S. He's got one due in St. Louis in spring 2007.
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