Okeechobee Music x Arts Festival announces big Florida return in 2022

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Down in front at Okeechobee Festival 2018 - PHOTO BY JAMES DECHERT FOR ORLANDO WEEKLY
  • Photo by James Dechert for Orlando Weekly
  • Down in front at Okeechobee Festival 2018
Okeechobee Music x Arts Festival has just announced a return to Florida's Sunshine Grove for a fifth time on March 3-6, 2022. And there's a limited pre-sale if you want to make double-sure you don't miss all the action.

Starting at noon this Thursday, June 3, general admission and VIP ticket and camping packages will be available for purchase during a limited pre-sale. So on Thursday, head over to the OMF's website and pitch your virtual tent for the ticket line.



“After this long year, I couldn’t be more excited to return to Sunshine Grove and be back in nature with all my Okeechobee friends and fam,” says Pasquale Rotella, founder and CEO of Insomniac Events. “This festival is all about music, camping out, and making s’mores while dancing in a jungle, grass fields, and on a beautiful beach.”



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