Oceania Cruises announces entertainment options onboard its first Allura-class ship Vista

   April 2, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

Oceania Cruises unveiled new show-stopping entertainment options onboard Vista, the first of 2 new cruise ships in the line's Allura Class.

In addition to introducing destination-rich itineraries, the most luxurious standard accommodations at sea, and new dining offerings Oceania is reimagining the entertainment program aboard Vista starting with 3 unique shows when she launches next month. Into the Night, Headliners, and The Anchor Inn are Broadway-caliber productions featuring recognizable songs by some of the most beloved artists in the world and contemporary dances by "Dancing with the Stars" choreographer Britt Stewart.

Oceania Vista ship will feature 3 main productions, with another one to follow later in 2023. Thoughtfully created by a team dedicated to each of the shows, a team of producers, technicians, and performers has been involved in bringing Oceania's new entertainment to life. 

Into the Night, choreographed by "Dancing with the Stars" pro dancer/choreographer Britt Stewart, is a dance-centric show featuring a mix of dance and style meant to invoke the excitement of "American Idol", the Video Music Awards, and the high-energy of "Dancing with the Stars." 

Headliners takes vacationers on a VIP concert journey showcasing a cast performing some of the world's most recognizable songs. Celebrating the music, Headliners approaches pop favourites in an inspirational way. Led by Vista's onboard vocalists and complete with fun choreography, guests can have a night with music from some of their favourite artists, such as Celine Dion, Cher, Adele, and the Bee Gees.

The Anchor Inn is a UK-centric song & dance performance with West End flare. Set in the Anchor Inn Pub, "a group of regulars celebrates good times," sporting romantic wins and losses to the tune of chart-topping hits by Dusty Springfield, Madness, Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones, and Rod Stewart.

Oceania Vista cruise ship

An additional edutainment-style production named The Music Triangle is expected to open later in 2023, which tells the roots story of music.