Tickets for these 15 big Frontyard Festival shows in downtown Orlando go on sale Friday


  • Photo courtesy the Dr. Phillips Center
  • Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires
Tickets for the first group of Frontyard Festival shows go on sale Friday, and there's everything from holiday music to jazz to Jason Isbell on offer.

The al fresco Frontyard Festival, which takes over the lawn areas in front of downtown Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center, will present six months' worth of entertainment including music, dance and wellness events.

Tickets are available now for the following shows, which stretch from the festival opener – Citizen Cope on Dec. 5 – through to Wynton Marsalis in May of next year.

Dec. 5: G. Love & the Juice, Citizen Cope
Dec. 6: Songs of the Season
Dec. 9: Ragtime
Dec. 10: Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires
Dec. 11: Smith & Myers of Shinedown
Dec. 12: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's Wild & Swingin' Holiday Party
Dec. 15: Noel: The Carols of Christmas
Dec. 19: Michael James Scott: A Fierce Christmas
Dec. 22: The Christmas Tenors with the Villages Philharmonic Orchestra
Dec. 23: El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico: Mega Latin Christmas
Jan. 2, 2021: JJ Grey & Mofro
Jan. 16, 2021: Tye Tribbett 
Feb. 10, 2021: Keb' Mo'
Feb: 13, 2021: Step Afrika!
May 21, 2021: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet with Wynton Marsalis

Tickets will not be sold individually to these events, but in pods. Each elevated, socially distanced pod can accommodate up to five people as a group.

More events will no doubt be added in the coming weeks.

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