Okeechobee Music Festival announces 2017 festival dates

OKEECHOBEE — Continuing a new Florida tradition, Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is excited to announce that its second annual event will take place March 2 – 5, 2017.

The four-day festival will again be held during the perfect time of year to enjoy incredible Florida weather in an ideal setting. The festival’s home, Sunshine Grove, is widely regarded  amongst the best music festival destinations in the world, featuring lush grassy flat lands, a sandy beach, stunning tufts of tropical jungle and a majestic grove that houses the main stages.

In its first year, OMF was a sold-out destination to thousands of spring breakers and music fans across the country.

OMF’s second year promises to build upon its reputation as an incomparable, multi-faceted entertainment experience, with incredible music and art in an environment of pristine nature with top notch logistics and organization.  The festival promises to evolve beyond last year’s in terms of scope and creativity, continuing the tradition of excellence, while adding new and exciting elements to the music lineup and activity features.

Chief Creative Officer and co-Founder Paul Peck says, “There were so many once-in-a-lifetime moments at Okeechobee ’16. In 2017, we’re going to build upon the magic we created last year by adding new, next level surprises. Those special, shared experiences that will never happen again is what Okeechobee is all about.”

For a video of the 2016 festival, click here.

Limited pre-sale tickets will be available Aug. 17 at 11 a.m. at  OKEECHOBEEFEST.COM

 

Publisher/Editor Katrina Elsken can be reached at kelsken@newszap.com

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