Read on for the official announcement…
As OMF enters its third year on the heels of two sold out festivals, OMF has quickly grown to be the largest independent festival in the Southeast and the first major destination of the festival season. By blending the world-class lineups and amenities of mainstream events with the sensibility and community-oriented approach of independent festivals, OMF is designing the festival of the future.
Located in the heart of Florida, sitting between Miami, Tampa and Orlando, Sunshine Grove spans across 800-acres of pristine grasslands, clear lakes, and exotic tropical woodlands. The diverse, multi-genre festival celebrates the start of Spring with both world renowned and on the rise performers, art installations, yoga, meditation, local culinary treats and more.
In addition to The Grove – the expansive tropical wooded venue for musical performances on OMF’s Be, Here, Now stages, OMF continues to set itself apart with its signature areas like Aquachobee- an all day beachside music and swimming oasis, Jungle51- an after hours techno party deep in the jungle, and ChobeeWobee Village- the cultural and artistic epicenter of the OMF experience filled with treasures and delights around each and every corner.
Festival passes are available now at www.okeechobeefest.com/tickets. General admission tickets start at $269 (plus taxes and fees) with an option to purchase cost saving bundles. The Eternal Sunshine VIP Experience will be $699 (plus taxes + fees). Visit the site for vehicle parking and camping details.
Bassnectar x 2 Sets including Thursday Special Full Moon Set
Foster the People
The Flaming Lips
PoWoW! A Superstar Mashup ft. Special Guests
Ganja White Night (Live Set) + b2b Boogie T x Dirt Monkey
Nightmares on Wax (Live Band)
Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles
Hiss Golden Messenger
Too Many Zooz
The Main Squeeze
Okeechobee Gospel Soul Experience with Son Little and Friends
Magic City Hippies
The Ghost of Paul Revere
Leon of Athens
and More To Be Announced!
“The festival remains as diverse as ever.” – Billboard
“Florida’s answer to Bonnaroo…” – Tampa Bay Times
“They bring the talent of a major music festival but captures the intimacy, culture, and art of the best mid and small sized festivals to create an incredible experience.”
– This Song Is Sick.
“what will most likely be renowned as one of the premiere lineups this spring.”
“It was magical. Okeechobee Fest captured the perfect mix of rap, EDM, and alternative music” – The Miami Herald