After a one-year Hiatus, Okeechobee Festival is back. The 2020 festival is scheduled to take place March 5 through 8 at its longtime home, Sunshine Grove, located in Okeechobee County. Tickets for the festival went on sale Friday, August 23, at 10 a.m. Along with Soundslinger, EDM-Focused promoter Insomniac will also be co-producing the 2020 event. This will be the 4th edition of Okeechobee. Because the nearest hotel is 16 miles away, the festival offers a variety of camping options, as detailed below.
How Much are Okeechobee Music Festival Tickets
Okeechobee Music Festival Tickets are available through Frontgate tickets, a major ticketing platform owned by Livenation. General admission prices range from $249 to $1,199, and VIP options start at $649. This is first-tier pricing, and prices are likely to increase. Deposits will be accepted starting August 23rd, and start at $19.99.
Car camping tickets can be purchase for $49. All vehicles are required to purchase a car camping pass to enter the tollbooth into Sunshine Grove’s GA camping area. Non-standard-size vehicles will need to purchase an RV Parking Pass. One pass is required per car, not per person. RV camping passes cost $249 for phase 1, with $19.99 deposits
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What is 2020 Okeechobee Music Festival Lineup
The newly announced lineup is topped by headliners Vampire Weekend, Bassnectar and Mumford & Sons, among many others.
Rüfüs Du Sol will also headline opening night on Thursday, and next year’s OMF offerings also include HAIM, Big Gigantic, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Tipper, Glass Animals, Kaskade, Sublime with Rome, Blood Orange, Lotus, Cory Wong, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Papadosio, Lucy Dacus, Flatbush Zombies and more, plus Okeechobee’s own PoWow! Superjam, with artists to be announced.
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