Following the success of the 2021 event, Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival just announced that country superstars Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett and Morgan Wallen are set to headline the highly-anticipated three-day beach-retreat in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on April 8-10, 2022.
In addition to the Main Stage performers, the festival will showcase other country hitmakers including Brothers Osbourne, Jordan Davis, Travis Denning, Walker Hayes, Randy Houser, Nelly, Dee Jay Silver, Surfaces, Mitchell Tenpenny, Travis Tritt, Hailey Whitters and Lainey Wilson.
Held on the southeastern shoreline in Florida, three-day passes for the festival will be available to purchase beginning on Friday, December 3 at 10am ET. Visit tortugamusicfestival.com for more information.
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Framed with the beautiful backdrop of the shores of Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, Tortuga Music Festival brings in fans from across the world who make the trek to see their favorite artists perform on three different stages during the destination weekend.
Artists singing on the Sunset Stage presented by Verizon include Ballyhoo!, BRELAND, DJ Rock, Larry Fleet, Jelly Roll, Kendell Marvel, Scotty McCreery, Sister Hazel, Sublime With Rome, Chase Rice, Caitlyn Smith, The Cadillac Three, The Elovaters and the War and Treaty.
The Next From Nashville stage boasts country newcomers Priscilla Block, Dillon Carmichael, Shy Carter, Callista Clark, Jackson Dean, Ernest, Laine Hardy, Noah Hicks, Kat & Alex, King Calaway, Drew Parker, Seaforth, Brittney Spencer, Lily Rose and Tiera.
Although creating an enjoyable destination weekend for guests is a priority for Tortuga Music Festival, one of their main goals is to raise money, promote awareness of the increasing issues that are harmful to the world’s oceans and support marine conservation and research. To help guests understand their efforts, the festival offers an array of exhibits at Rock The Ocean’s Conservation Village where ticket buyers can be immersed in an experience full of games, interactive touch tanks, the newest ocean technology, cooking exhibitions and more.
To learn more about the festival’s conservation efforts, go to TortugaMusicFestival.com/conservation/.