Legendary Rock Band Creed Is BACK For The First Time In 12 Years, Announces ‘Summer Of ’99 Cruise’ Concert Series

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Alright, I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a sucker for that late ’90s/early 2000s hard rock.

And c’mon don’t lie, if you’re old enough to remember, you are too.

From Nickelback, to 3 Doors Down, Hinder, Creed, The Goo Goo Dolls, Fuel, and more, they’re all bands with songs that’ll get you nostalgic in a heartbeat.

With that being said, one of those bands is making a comeback for the ages…

And it’s Creed.

If the name doesn’t initially ring a bell for the younger generation out there, you’ve probably heard their smash hits “Higher,” “One Last Breath,” or “With Arms Wide Open,” with the Walmart brand Pearl Jam vocals of lead singer Scott Stapp. If not, you need to get on Spotify or Apple Music right now.

Unfortunately, the group hasn’t released an album since their Full Circle project back in 2009, and called it quits back in 2012.

However, Stapp and the boys ain’t done yet, as they’ve just announced their 2024 Summer of ’99 concert series, where they’ll play five nights in a row from April 18-24 on a cruise ship traveling from Miami, Florida to the Bahamas.

The band will be fully back together, with Stapp, Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall, and Scott Phillips, according to Billboard.

The cruise’s lineup will also feature the likes of 3 Doors Down, Buckcherry, Tonic Fuel, Vertical Horizon, The Verve Pipe, Tantric, and Nine Days, along with more.

Man oh man, it’s feeling like 2000 all over again.

“With Arms Wide Open”

And just for kicks and giggles, we have to relive this incredible performance from Creed on Thanksgiving Day during the Dallas Cowboys game back in 2001:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock