Kelsea Ballerini, Barenaked Ladies, Lee Brice, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Vanilla Ice tapped for diverse, multi-genre lineup
“Packing a serious punch of superstar performers every year,” (Coastal Living) the eighth annual Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival, in partnership with Live Nation, has announced that megastars Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert and Tim McGraw will headline the three-day oceanside festival returning to Ft. Lauderdale, FL in 2020. It was also revealed that Jimmie Allen, Kelsea Ballerini, Barenaked Ladies, Gabby Barrett, Lee Brice, Blanco Brown, Billy Currington, Jordan Davis, Gone West ft. Colbie Caillat, Riley Green, Caylee Hammack, HARDY, Hirie, Chris Lane, Jon Pardi, Jon Langston, LOCASH, Pitbull, Runaway June, Cole Swindell, Toots and the Maytals, Vanilla Ice and Morgan Wallen will join the musically-rich lineup, with more acts to be announced in the coming weeks. The weekend beach-retreat that combines entertainment while raising money for ocean conservation, will take place on April 17-19, 2020 on the shores of Fort Lauderdale Beach Park in Florida. Passes will go on sale Friday, November 1st at 10 am ET tortugamusicfestival.com.
Tortuga Music Festival earned praise for its 2019 lineup being “more diverse than those of past years by several measures,” (Miami New Times) and will continue to offer a genre-fusion of country, rock, Reggae and hip hop and more with 2020 acts including superstar rapper Pitbull, rock band Barenaked Ladies, reggae act Toots and the Maytals and rapper Vanilla Ice leading the charge. As Sun Sentinel heralds the “festival continues to evolve beyond a point of pride for locals into a travel destination,” fans from across the world will travel to the southeastern shoreline to enjoy a collection of celebrated artists on the Main Stage and Sunset Stage, as well as the most buzzed-about newcomers in the country genre sharing their voice on the Next From Nashville stage.
Each year Tortuga Music Festival raises funds and promotes awareness of the issues that the world’s oceans currently face, as well as supporting marine conservation and research. Festival guests can also learn more about where a portion of the proceeds from their passes go onsite at the festival at Rock The Ocean’s Conservation Village. Offering an arena of exhibits within the festival grounds, fans can experience games, interactive touch tanks, cooking exhibitions, the latest ocean technology, and learn how they can help make a difference