Three-thousand young innovators are paying a lot of money to head out to sea on a massive ship with no cell service, and you probably would too.

The four-day cruise from Miami to the Bahamas (Nov. 9–12) is called Summit at Sea, an elite event series that gathers an eclectic cross-section of entrepreneurs, musicians, dancers, activists, and other creatives and thought leaders. The experience is part networking event, part conference, created for the type of people who are prone to disliking both.

While the event costs over $2,000 to attend, you won’t just be picking the brains of one percenter tech bros and CEOs. This year’s Summit will feature performances by Jermaine Dupri, St. Lucia, Gallant and Foster the People and a slew of culturally relevant speakers, including Kendrick Lamar,  filmmaker-activist Dream Hampton, pro skateboarder Tony Hawk, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Patrisse Cullors, designer-illustrator Timothy Goodman of viral blog “40 Days of Dating,” and Fab 5 Freddy (the first host of “Yo! MTV Raps” and star of Wild Style).

“Summit at Sea has an amazing reputation for inspiration and creativity,” says Goodman, who will be giving a millennial-friendly talk titled, “Love in the Time of Internet: When the Difference Between Being Cute and Creepy Is One Emoji.”