Okeechobee Music Festival adds Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, Daryl Hall and John Oates and Ween

OKEECHOBEE — Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival today (Dec. 2) announced the additions of Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, legendary hitmakers Daryl Hall & John Oates, and the recently reunited Ween, as well as some of today’s most prominent house and techno artists set to perform on the festival’s dusk-til-dawn Jungle 51, including: Damian Lazarus, Virginia, Marcel Fengler, Anton Zap, Voiski, John Acquaviva, rRoxymore, Dj Three, Andrew Grant, Max Jacobson, Jeffrey Scott, Brian Cid, Orazio, Chris Nitti, Driss and Rambo Springsteen and more to be announced. The festival has also added Aquachobee Beach artists including: Life On Planets, Jan Blomqvist, The Whitest Taino Alive, Mixmaster Morris, Dirk Largo, Twin Limb, Solar, David Marston, Atnarko, The Happy Show, One Of Them, Low Cut Live, Carlos Chiesa and more to be announced.

Okeechobee organizers are very excited to announce the Miguel PoWow! With Very Special Guests. Produced by Paul Peck, the creative force behind many iconic Bonnaroo SuperJams, the PoWow! is Okeechobee’s signature tradition of thrilling artist collaborations and special performances.

“With PoWoW!, we’re cooking up an historic concert, the kind where you don’t know who is going to walk out on stage or what will happen next,” says Peck. “Miguel is a supreme talent and we’re working closely with him to defy and exceed all expectations. The idea is to create a show that we personally want to experience together with fans at Okeechobee. We’re going to invite fans to submit their ideas for PoWow! to us on Facebook and Twitter, and if we use an idea, we’re going to hook up those fans in a cool way.”

Past SuperJams produced by Peck include SuperJam with Skrillex and Friends, Rock & Soul SuperJam with Jim James, Brittany Howard, John Oates, R. Kelly and Billy Idol, the hip-hop SuperJam with RZA, Solange, Schoolboy Q and DJ Jazzy Jeff, Also Derek Trucks SuperJam with Chaka Khan and D’Angelo SuperJam with Questlove.

The Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is slated for March 4th – 6th, 2016, on an 800 acre site in the Northeast part of the county.

For complete details and further updates, please see okeechobeefest.com.

Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is presented by Soundslinger, LLC, an independent company founded by Steve Sybesma formerly of concert pioneer Sunshine Promotions, Paul Peck formerly of Superfly, and a team of all-star producers who have presented other major festivals and countless concerts around the globe.

For additional information, please visit okeechobeefest.comfacebook.com/okeechobeefesttwitter.com/okeechobeefest, and instagram.com/okeechobeefest.



Mumford & Sons

Kendrick Lamar



Robert Plant And The Sensational Space Shifters


Daryl Hall & John Oates

The Avett Brothers



Fetty Wap


Big Grams (Big Boi + Phantogram)

Grace Potter

Jason Isbell

Big Gigantic

RL Grime

Portugal. The Man

Miguel PoWoW! With Very Special Guests

Kill The Noise

Bonobo (DJ Set)


Shpongle (Simon Posford DJ Set)

Lil Dicky

Dr. Dog


Nahko and Medicine for the People

Youth Lagoon

Deer Tick


X Ambassadors

Hundred Waters

The Oh Hellos


Marian Hill

White Denim

Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Booker T. Jones

The Supervillains

Kamasi Washington

The Soul Rebels

Shabazz Palaces

Post Malone


The London Souls

Rayland Baxter

Moon Hooch

Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath

Roadkill Ghost Choir

Family And Friends

The Shelters

Spam Allstars

Michael Christmas



Walter “Wolfman” Washington & The Roadmasters


Jungle 51:

Damian Lazarus


Marcel Fengler

Anton Zap


John Acquaviva


DJ Three


Andrew Grant

Max Jacobson

Jeffrey Scott

Brian Cid

Simone Gatto


Tomas Station



Chris Nitti


Rambo Springsteen


Aquachobee Beach:


Manic Focus

Life On Planets

Jan Blomqvist

The Whitest Taino Alive

Mixmaster Morris

Dirk Largo

Twin Limb



David Marston

Cameo Culture


The Happy Show

One Of Them


Carlos Chiesa


Octopus Kid

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