Alice Cooper is bringing his nightmare to the 2015 Rock Legends Cruise.

Cooper's just the latest addition to a packed bill that already includes the Doobie Brothers, 38 Special, the Marshall Tucker Band, Dickey Betts and Great Southern, Blue Oyster Cult, Uriah Heep, Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown, Edgar Winter, the Pat Travers Band and the Blue Lords -- all of whom will entertain the passengers on what sounds like a very loud four-day voyage.

The cruise is scheduled to begin Feb. 19, 2015, setting sail from Fort Lauderdale to Nassau and back again, and offering a variety of amenities that reportedly include meet-and-greets and Q&A forums, on-board surfing, a full-sized basketball court and boxing ring, a miniature golf course, a rock-climbing wall, whirlpools and gourmet dining. Organized as a benefit for the Native American Heritage Association, which is also hosting the cruise, it promises "An experience like no other ... simply the classic-rock cruise of a lifetime."

For those of us who don't even have dinner planned for tonight, the prospect of lining up concerts for 2015 might seem a little nutty, but Cooper's schedule tends to fill up quickly; he's already booked a symphonic tour for 2014, and with a new covers record on the horizon, his touring calendar will probably be packed for the foreseeable future.