The outing also features 3 Doors Down, Buckcherry, Tonic, Vertical Horizon, and more

Creed are reuniting for a music cruise next year.

“Creed Nation, the wait is over,” the band stated. “We are beyond stoked to announce that we will be reuniting on the Summer of ‘99 Cruise. We are honored by the unwavering support of Creed Nation throughout the years. It’s all for you. Creed is back! Let’s do this!”

The five day alt-rock excursion sets sail from Miami on April 18, cruising down to Nassau, Bahamas. In addition to headliners Creed, the trip will also feature 3 Doors Down, Buckcherry, Tonic, Vertical Horizon, Fuel, The Verve Pipe, Tantric, Dishwalla, Nine Days, and Louise Post of Veruca Salt.

Fans can sign up for the cabin pre-sale now HERE, and the first 500 cabins to book will receive a cabin photo with Creed. The initial pre-sale sign-up deadline is July 23 at 11:59pm ET. The final pre-sale sign-up deadline is July 27 at 11:59 ET. General cabin on-sale begins July 28 at 2pm ET.

Last year, Creed celebrated the 25th anniversary of their seminal debut album My Own Prison. The band reissued the record on vinyl for the very first time. Featuring the hits “Torn,” “What’s This Life For,” “One,” and “My Own Prison,” the multi-platinum album has gone on to sell over 6 million copies in the United States alone.

Released in 1997, My Own Prison marked the beginning of a rarified journey for Scott Stapp (vocals), Mark Tremonti (guitar), Brian Marshal (bass), and Scott Phillips (drums). Formed in Tallahassee, FL, in 1994, Creed was the brainchild of longtime friends Stapp and Tremonti, who first started writing together while attending Florida State University. Soon, the group gelled into a four-piece and set up shows around the city. It was at one of those gigs that Creed caught the ears of club owner and artist manager Jeff Hanson, who began working with the talented band. Hanson paired the group with producer, songwriter, and musician John Kurzweg, who recorded My Own Prison in his home. The self-released album became a hot commodity at local radio stations, selling more than 6,000 copies within its first month. Before long, Wind-Up Records discovered the young act—promptly signing them and re-mixing My Own Prison for wide release.

Creed have not toured together since 2013. Their last studio effort was 2009’s Full Circle, which featured the hit singles “Overcome” and “A Thousand Faces.” Since then, frontman Scott Stapp released his acclaimed third album The Space Between the Shadows in 2019. Guitarist Mark Tremonti churned out four Tremonti albums. Mark, along with fellow Creed members Scott Phillips and Brian Marshall, unleashed four more Alter Bridge albums including the masterful Fortress (2013) and their latest opus, Pawns & Kings (2022).