Upcoming Shows

Deer Tick

AFTERNOON CRUISE! (SOLD OUT)

Deer Tick

Ravi Shavi

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Aboard The Harbor Lights

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Delicious Eats by Sancho's Cantina!

Friday, June 15, 2018

Rocks Off Cruise Aboard the Harbor Lights

Boards: 12:00pm / Departs: 1:00pm
E. 23rd St. & FDR Dr. Maps & Directions

Advance: $39.99 / Day of Show: $45

This event is 21+

Sold Out

Deer Tick
John McCauley, the songwriter behind the Deer Tick moniker, grew up in Providence, Rhode Island, where he began his career by teaching himself to play drums, guitar, piano, and pedal steel. McCauley started recording his own compositions and touring the area while still in high school, and he widened his circle after graduation by touring the entire country. Although he'd often perform solo, the young musician began piecing together a proper band, occasionally playing as a duo with drummer Dennis Ryan or with a small group. His music fit loosely into the alt-country category, but his vocals -- rough, raw, and ragged -- brought a wealth of rock and grunge influences to the sound. War Elephant Following the September 2007 release of his first album, War Elephant, McCauley's Deer Tick project began earning comparisons to Bright Eyes, Modest Mouse, and Uncle Tupelo. Although originally released via FEOW! Records, War Elephant was reissued in late 2008 by Partisan Records. Deer Tick remained with that label during the course of two follow-up albums, 2009's Born on Flag Day and 2010's The Black Dirt Sessions. The band's fourth studio outing, Divine Providence, arrived the following year, and featured 12 rowdy and raucous originals drawing inspiration from the raw power of the Stones and the Stooges. 2013's dark-hued Negativity took a more streamlined approach with producer Steve Berlin (Los Lobos) tightening up the band's occasionally ragged sound. Deer Tick, Vol. 1 Though they occasionally toured, Deer Tick didn't record again for nearly four years. In September of 2017, the band released not one but two albums simultaneously -- titled Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. Recorded at Memphis' famed Ardent Studios, the first disc focused on the band's softer folk-driven, Americana-tinged roots/rock style, while the second allowed Deer Tick to flex its punk-inspired garage rock muscle.
Ravi Shavi
Ravi Shavi
Garage-Pop-Art-Rock from Providence, Rhode Island.
Aboard The Harbor Lights
Aboard The Harbor Lights

This cruise is aboard THE HARBOR LIGHTS and will depart from Skyport Marina - East 23rd Street & FDR Drive (EAST side).

We will be boarding and departing at the times listed

on your ticket and are not able to allow refunds if you miss the boat. So don't be late - it sure ain't pretty to be standin on the dock, watching the party sailing away! There are cash bars on board so make sure to swing by the ATM on your way to the boat. There will be food available for purchase. All cruises are 3 hours unless otherwise noted. If you have any questions about the show or your purchase, please contact Sancho Dominguez at sancho@rocksoff.com or check out our FAQ page on www.rocksoff.com

Please note that all shows are 21 and over and ID will be required upon boarding the boat

*LAST CALL for the boats is 5 minutes before departure. After this time your tickets may be forfeited and you may not be able to board the boat, so please arrive early*

Delicious Eats by Sancho's Cantina!
Delicious Eats by Sancho's Cantina!
We have delicious food available for purchase on all our boats! Menu items vary slightly but typically include empanadas, chicken, rice, salad, pasta, and the like! Cash only, so come hungry and with your pockets stuffed!