Florida’s Okeechobee music festival, which took the year off, will return in 2020 to its longtime home in Sunshine Grove.
In 2019, Okeechobee’s producer Soundsliger announced a hiatus for the first time since its inception in 2016. This time around, the festival will be produced by the event promotion company behind Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), Insomniac, as well as Soundslinger.
“I’m a big fan of what [Soundslinger founder and DJ] Rechulski and the Okeechobee team have built and honored to be able to lead such a unique event and continue the journey,” Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella said in a release.
The festival will take place from March 5 to 8 in Okeeechobee County. General admission tickets tart at $249 and can cost fans as much as $1,199, with VIP tickets starting at $649. Layaway plans are available starting at $20, and after the initial first tier of pricing, this amount will increase.
While the lineup has not been announced at this time, tickets head on sale tomorrow, August 23. In previous years, Okeechobee hosted artists like Solange, Odesza, Bassnectar, Kings of Leon, and Kendrick Lamar. Festivalgoers will also have the chance to explore art on the grounds, watch light shows, and try interactive installations, as well as visit the Aquachobee Beach, which features a Ferris wheel.