Thursday , 19 July 2018

Mix Cruise 2018 RECAP

Another Mix Cruise in the books! We’ll see everyone on our last Mix Cruise of the year in Sepetember!

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Some Mix Cruise memories (May 17, 2018)




Thursday, May 17th

If you haven’t been before, you don’t know what you’re missing!


We’ll be starting the evening off at Daly’s Pub in downtown Sandusky for the pre-party and extra ticket giveaways!

The Mix Cruise boards the Goodtime 1 and leaves from the Jackson St. Pier at 6pm with all of the Mix 102.7 listeners partying along the way. For two and a half hours, DJ Manny will be throwing out the hits and filling up the dance floor, Mesenburg Creative Catering from Huron provided all kinds of free food for everyone aboard, and the Goodtime’s cash bar will be pouring drinks all evening long. Afterwards, the party will continue at Daly’s Pub to finish off the night!

Everyone on the cruise will receive a t-shirt from New Direction Designs in Norwalk and a koozie sponsored by Danny Boy’s!

Pictures of the Mix Cruise and the listeners aboard will be posted to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with the #MixCruise2018 hashtag. And we may even pick one picture for a lucky listener on board to receive a prize!

It’s a free cruise, but you need a ticket (21 and older only).

You can win them on-air on the Morning Mix with Randy Hugg starting Monday, April 30th,


Stop out to Daly’s Pub in Sandusky! Troy will have your chance to win boarding passes from 6-8 pm on Thursday 4/26, 5/3, & 5/10.


Goodtime 1

Jackson Street Pier, 233 E. Shoreline Dr., Sandusky

Boarding Time: 5:30 pm

Departure: 6:00 pm

Return: 8:30 pm



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Pictures from the Mix Cruise, September 2017



Pictures from the Mix Cruise, May, 2017

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