Celebrating its fourth year in 2020, the widely recognized Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival (OMF) presents a four-day music event, from March 5 to 8, at Sunshine Grove in Okeechobee, Florida. OMF was supposed to hold its fourth celebration in 2019, but the festival canceled its 2019 version and decided to return in 2020. Announced by Insomniac Events, the 2020 festival offers multi-genre performances from electronic dance music to rock, R&B, indie, hip hop and more, featuring an array of artists, including RÜFÜS DU SOL, Vampire Weekend, Bassnectar and Mumford & Sons.
Mumford & Sons supported the inaugural Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in 2016. Since Bassnectar joined the first year of OMF, the American DJ and music producer performed every year at the festival. Vampire Weekend, who released a new album Father of the Bride this May, will debut their new music at the OMF 2020 stage. Three other main stages will provide performances from over 100 up-and-coming artists, include HAIM, Glass Animals, Big Gigantic, Alison Wonderland, Blood Orange, Bob Moses, Clairo, Kaskade and Sublime with Rome.
Produced by Soundslinger, LLC. the Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival had success in 2017 and 2018, but the festival was abruptly canceled this year and without an explanation. Supported by a new partnership between Soundslinger, the festival’s originators and Insomniac Events, creators of the world’s largest dance music festival – Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, the cross-genre music festival returns in 2020 to follow-up its thrilling 2019 entry.
Spanning four days in March, OMF will extend off-stage activities in Chobeewobee Village, including immersive art experiences, pop-up performances, creative installations, yoga, life-enhancing workshops and other experiences.
GA and VIP passes can be explored and purchased HERE. Tickets range from $249 to $1,199 plus fees and taxes. Not single-day tickets are available. All tickets are four-day festival passes. Check out the lineup below and grab your tickets today!
Mumford & Sons just wrapped up their Delta Summer 2019 tour, which is in support of their 2018’s album Delta. Bassnectar released Reflective (Part 3) last year. Headlining with Skrillex, Virtual Self and Louis The Child, the DJ will perform at the Lights All Night Music Festival on December 27-28.
photo credit: Kalyn Oyer