Tortuga Single Day Tix & Concert Schedule Announced
Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival just announced the availability of advance single-day tickets for the two-day music and marine conservation event. Additionally, the daily concert schedule was revealed for the 2nd annual event, with three music stages set up on the sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach Park in Florida on April 12th and 13th.
Headlining Day One, Saturday April 12th, on the Main Stage will be multiple award-winning recording and performing artist Eric Church. Joining him that day will also be San Francisco multi-platinum act Train, country legend Hank Williams Jr., country chart-topper Billy Currington, rock, folk, reggae and funk beach fusion pioneers Slightly Stoopid, reggae legend Ziggy Marley and powerhouse vocalist Brett Eldredge. Filling out the Day one Lineup will be Blackjack Billy, Delta Rae, Chase Rice, The Revivalists, Moon Taxi and Quaker City Nighthawks.
Day Two, Sunday, April 13th features the hottest performer in Country Music, Luke Bryan, headlining the Main Stage. Joining him that day will be multi-platinum award winner Dierks Bentley, reigning Academy of Country Music New Male Vocalist of the Year Brantley Gilbert, nine-time Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow, folk singer-songwriter Brett Dennen and folk/funk band White Denim, along with Cole Swindell, 38 Special, Parmalee, Brothers Osborne, Eric Paslay and Sons of Fathers.
Single-day general admission tickets are now available for just $89.00 plus applicable fees, while two-day general admission festival ticket prices start at $165. Park-n-ride shuttle passes are also available now in single and two-day options. Complete festival pricing, including GA, VIP and Super VIP tickets, can be currently found at www.tortugamusicfestival.com.
Produced and promoted by HUKA Entertainment and created with the Rock the Ocean Foundation, Tortuga Music Festival serves to celebrate the event’s oceanfront setting while raising awareness of issues impacting the world’s oceans and also support marine research and conservation. This year’s festival will once again include a one-of-a-kind Conservation Village on site, presented by renowned wildlife artist and conservationist Dr. Guy Harvey, with nearly two dozen organizations and exhibitions to provide attendees with information and tools to help protect the world’s oceans and marine resources.
Last year’s inaugural festival drew more than 25,000 music fans from all over the world and raised more than $70,000 from ticket proceeds and donations for the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation and other marine conservation organizations.
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