Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival 2017 lineup. Photo provided.
Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival 2017 lineup. Photo provided.

12th Planet, Ganja White Night, Space Jesus, Brasstracks, Roosevelt Collier Allstar Jam and More Acts Added to the 2017 Lineup

Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival has added Sturgill Simpson, Logic, Vulfpeck, and The Floozies to the 2017 lineup.

Additional acts that have been added include: 12th Planet, Ganja White Night, Space Jesus, Brasstracks, Kasbo, Pell, The Golden Pony, Vandana, Polyenso, Lawrence, Funky Dawgz Brass Band, Octopus Kid, Roosevelt Collier Allstar Jam, Slumber, Tomas Station, and Jon Simon.


“We are excited to build upon the success of OMF 16. This year’s lineup is great and we have more surprises to come. We are opening up more of our amazing property for people to explore, and continuing to invest in art and the overall festival experience. Can’t wait to open the doors on March 2nd!” – Kevin Collinsworth (Soundslinger CEO)

This marks the second year for the festival in South Florida. The festival organizers noted:

‘Additionally, organizers of the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival (OMF) recently announced their Okeechobee community partnership initiatives in advance of the festival. Specific initiatives build on the partnership with the local community fostered from OMF’s inaugural 2016 festival and include increasing local nonprofit partners to 10 total, all with presence on-site at the festival, partnering with local businesses to enhance the OMF 17 experience, and continuing to employ the community in festival-related jobs.’

Watch over the 2017 preview video, and look back at the action from last year on YouTube.

Okeechobee Music x Arts Festival 2017 Lineup Video

Take Me Back: The Official #omf16 Aftermovie

Okeechobee Music Festival 2017 Tickets

Acquire tickets for the Okeechobee Music Festival via their main website.

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.