Okeechobee Music Festival is back for its fifth year March 3-6 at Sunshine Grove with an incredible lineup of over 100 artists, including Meghan Thee Stallion. This event is more than just a music festival. “Be here now” is the mantra and culture as people from all over the state come together to vibe, dance, and celebrate life.
In addition to multiple stages where you can enjoy intimate performances and sing along with your favorite artists, Okeechobee Music Festival has art pieces throughout as well as a beach and village. Exploring the grounds, you’ll see unique, hand-built art pieces foraged from the land plus street art and interactive installations; there will also be one-of-a-kind light shows nightly.
At Okeechobee Music Festival, you’ll also find other live performances, yoga classes, wellness and art workshops, and fascinating speakers, all of which will expand your mind, body, and soul. You’ll have particularly unique experiences at Jive Joint and Lost in Tea as anything can happen at these venues from stand-up comedy and improv to card games and seances.
General admission passes to Okeechobee Music Festival start at $299 and includes access to camping, showers, and portalets; visit their website for all tickets and packages.
Although general parking will not be available, so you can arrive by shuttle, ride-share, or carpool with a Car Camping Pass, which can be purchased in a package or as an add-on.
If you’re looking for good music and good times this spring, Okeechobee Music Festival is where it’s at with over 100 performers, unique art, and much more.