You haven't heard live music until you've heard it on the water. What could be better than relaxing on the water to the sound of live music?
With a full bar stocked with your favorite tropical cocktails and cold beers, and a hot grill featuring summertime classics like burgers, dogs and kebabs, we've got you covered - whether you're starting your Sunday Funday with our famous Kickin' Jazz Brunch - or tuning up your Thursday night with the Mahi Summer Music Series.
Summer Music Series events are 21+.
Upcoming Music Cruises:
In the summer of 2009, Danny Tucker and Andrew Buonfiglio decided they should stop ignoring each other, and start playing other peoples hit songs for a mostly intoxicated audience. The people slurred, yelled, and drank more than ever before. Needless to say, the people liked what they saw. Since they couldn't come up with a simple name by themselves, DANDREW was suggested forcefully from a rowdy Dodge Street patron, and DANDREW was born. They eventually decided to recruit former classmates and longtime friends, John LeClerc and Mike Ryan, to play bass and drums, respectively. With a catalog of songs ranging from 50's Motown, to 90's Hip Hop, to today’s hits, there's something in there for almost everyone.
Absolute Gentleman is a lean, muscular, original 4-piece dance/rock band. Max Monaco (drums), Dylan Sullivan (bass), Scott King (keys) and Gabe Rossi (vocals and electric guitar) exploit every available note, chord and lyric to create catchy, hooky, songs. They are influenced by bands like Spoon, RHCP, Talking Heads and Morphine, and they perform like a unit much wiser and experienced than would be typical of the small stages and clubs they call home. Hailing from Salem, they are regular highlights at Opus and Spotlight, and have recently been called to play larger venues such as Boston Calling Block Party, Marblehead Festival of Arts, and Beverly Main Street Festivals.
Safety is a live ‘80s cover band with four singers and the best hair in music (currently). They play music from The Bangles, David Bowie, Eurythmics, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Devo, Talking Heads, The Cars, INXS, Tears for Fears and more.
Singer/songwriter and producer Jesse Ciarmataro, aka Qwill, leads his group The Soul Review Project, mixing ambient textures, with electronic inspired grooves to create an avant-garde approach to the future of soul music.
The B3 Kings is a Boston-based funky, groove-oriented soul band highlighting the marriage of the Hammond B3 organ and earthy, roots guitar playing. Taking elements from boogaloo, blues, soul, funk and classic rock, and influenced by the Meters, Booker T, Melvin Sparks, Jimmy Smith, Ray Charles, and Sam Cook, this all-star juggernaut unit blends it all into their own hip-pocket rage machine.
The Austin Torpedoes are a Boston area band who perform what its members like to call "good ol' American music." Their unique sound combines elements of many American musical styles such as blues, jazz, country, western swing, and rockabilly. In its unique way, the band interprets songs by a wide range of artists including: Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, the Beatles, and Chuck Berry.
Boston’s The Gravel Project, is the brainchild of first-call blues-rock guitarist, composer and singer, Andrew Gravel. With a sound that spans multiple genres, including modern blues, funk and rock, Gravel and The Gravel Project have been creating buzz in Boston and gaining momentum along the East Coast. Having played to packed clubs such as The Middle East and Tommy Doyles in Cambridge, Church of Boston in Boston’s Fenway area, O’Leary’s Irish Pub in Brookline, and numerous New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine taverns, bars and ski lodges, The Gravel Project electrifies crowds with inventive original songs, creative interpretations of well known classics, and red hot group improvisation – they know how to get their fans, known as “Gravelites,” up and onto the dance floor!
Through their transcendence of funk, soul, jam, and roots rock, Krewe de Groove brings together some of the best musicians in Massachusetts to create its musical family. After 16 years based out of New Orleans, guitarist/vocalist Brandon Tarricone is back on the East Coast and has brought the flavor of the bayou back to New England with his original sound. Justin Lopes on B3 organ, John Iltis on drums, and Dave Walker on bass make up the Krewe’s rhythm section and their tight, syncopated pocket. Local hero sax players Henley Douglas Jr and Eric Schindler make up the horn section, blowing up the funk that lays on top (literally!). Tarricone’s original compositions, vocals, and sprinkled arrangements of classic New Orleans material is combined to make every show, interesting, fun and always danceable night.
High flyin’ experimental dub featuring members of John Brown's Body, Morphine and a host of other Boston madmen. Led by drummer Tommy Benedetti (John Brown’s Body) and Johnny Trama (Ghosts of Jupiter) on guitar, Dub Apocalypse is an all-star combination of Boston’s best musicians.
Tigerman WOAH is Adam Lentine on drums, Kevin Landry on upright bass, Jon Feinstorm on guitar, and Adam Kaz on banjo uke/guitar/lead vocals. Everybody sings. Based in Lynn, Mass., Tigerman WOAH has a rock and roll sound heavily influenced by the blues, various trends in Appalachian music, country, and punk rock. It's loud, highly energetic, and has a rhythm you can dance to, recently earning them Best Live Act at the 2015 Boston Music Awards. They have played at the Stagecoach Music Festival, Boston Calling Music Festival, South By Southwest, and many a dive bar and backyard.