Three days. Beachside. Hundreds of performers—and this year, they range from all genres. The 2020 Tortuga Music Festival has recently announced its lineup, an impressive bill of artists that is topped off with Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, and Tim McGraw. More artists are to be announced in the coming weeks. The 202 Tortuga Music Festival is set to take place April 17-19, 2020.
Here is everything we know about the 2020 Tortuga Music Festival, one of the biggest beachside parties in America.
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Tickets for the 2020 Tortuga Music Festival go on sale Friday, November 1, at 10 A.M EST. At first, only 3-Day General Admission and VIP packages will be on sale, with one day passes to follow in the coming months.
For those who’ve attended the festival in the past, there is an Alumni presale happening Monday, October 28 through Thursday, October 31.
You can check out the predicted ranges for 2020 Tortuga Music Festival passes, here.
This year, the festival will be comprised of three stages: The Main Stage, Sunset Stage, and the Next From Nashville Stage which will feature up-and-coming artists in the country music genre. The 2020 Tortuga Music Festival will be headlined by country music stars Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, and Luke Bryan. But country music isn’t the only genre represented in the Tortuga lineup this year.
This year, those artists from outside country include Miami rapper Pitbull, festival favorites Barenaked Ladies, Vanilla Ice, and reggae legends Toots & the Maytals. There will be more artists announced in the coming weeks, with more country outliers to be scheduled as well.
Filling out the 2020 Tortuga Music Festival lineup are the following artists: Jon Pardi, Kelsea Ballerini, Blanco Brown, Morgan Wallen, and Riley Green. Also on the bill are Jimmie Allen, Gabby Barrett, Lee Brice, Billy Currington, Jordan Davis, Gone West featuring Colbie Caillat, Caylee Hammack, Hardy, Hirie, Chris Lane, Jon Langston, LoCash, Runaway June, and Cole Swindell.
Those of you planning to attend the 2020 Tortuga Music Festival will also be contributing to the festival’s cause of marine conservation. The festival will feature a non-profit area, Rock the Ocean’s Conservation Village, which will feature exhibits, games, and technology demonstrations to help further ocean conservation.
With a mission of increasing awareness for marine life, the Tortuga Music Festival is both a good cause and a great time.