Pop singer Joe Jonas is also set to perform while sailing on a Caribbean cruise during the Total Solar Eclipse on August 21. He will sing with 1980s singer Bonnie Tyler, who is set to sing her hit song “Total Eclipse Of The Heart” during the event, Bravo TV said.

Carrying his band DNCE, Jonas will take part in the “Royal Caribbean Total Eclipse Cruise.” The cruise will reportedly sail from Orlando, Florida and around the path of the eclipse. The cruise will start on August 20, the day before the total solar eclipse.

According to Bravo TV, this is an appropriate event for his band DNCE to also sing their popular single “Cake By The Ocean,” which has garnered around one billion streams across platforms around the world.

DNCE is set to perform on the same cruise where classic musical play “Cats” has also graced the stage.

Joe Jonas is one of the singing duo Jonas Brothers, alongside Nick. According to Biography.com, the male pop star became part of Disney productions such as in “Hannah Montana.”

Performing with Bonnie Tyler

The male pop singer will perform alongside renowned singer Bonnie Tyler. It has been earlier reported that the 1980s artist will sing one of her hit singles on the cruise ship on August 21. The performances will happen during the total solar eclipse.

The Welsh singer will ride the cruise ship and serenade fans with her music, as they witness the sky event. Dubbed as the “Total Eclipse Cruise,” the journey will last for one week, the report added.

Tyler shared that she is excited about her upcoming performance. This is going to be the first time she will be singing her song for a much anticipated phenomenon in astronomy and science.

The total solar eclipse

With just a few days left before the anticipated phenomenon, NASA reminded onlookers to prepare for the event. They are told to bring protective gears such as anti-radiation eyewear.

Viewers are also told bring support equipment for their lenses, telescopes, cameras and more. There are guidelines posted on their website.

The August 21 solar eclipse will be seen across many states in America. Known as “The Great American Eclipse,” the event will begin in Lincoln Beach, Oregon. It will travel across states such as Montana, Kentucky, Kansas, Illinois, Iowa and Idaho.

A total solar eclipse happens when the moon travels between the Sun and the Earth. The August 21 sky event will reportedly happen around 4:09 p.m. ET, according to NASA.