Carly Rae Jepsen Set to Headline Carnival Cruise Line Live Concert Series

by Daniel McCarthy
Carly Rae Jepsen Set to Headline Carnival Cruise Line Live Concert Series

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Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen, best known for her hit “Call Me Maybe,” will headline February’s Carnival Live Concert Series program on Carnival Splendor.

Jepsen will perform on the Lido Deck of Splendor on Feb. 18 during a day at sea. The performance will be Jepsen’s first time featured during Carnival Live as well as the first time Jepsen has ever performed on a cruise ship.

“I've never performed on a cruise ship before and I'm really looking forward to a night with my fans in what promises to be a unique venue for an incredible night,” she said in a statement.

Space is still available for the sailing, which leaves Feb. 17 from Los Angeles and features calls at Mexican Riviera ports.

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