Bassnectar, the Avett Brothers, Odesza Added to Okeechobee Fest Lineup

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Okeechobee Festival has added a fresh batch of artists to its lineup this morning. Bassnectar, the Avett Brothers, and Odesza round out the top of the bill, joining Mumford & Sons, Kendrick Lamar, Skrillex, Future, Miguel, Fetty Wap, and Big Grams (Big Boi & Phantogram), who were announced last month as part of an eclectic initial lineup.

Additional artists added to the bill in today's second-wave announcement include Kill the Noise, Lil Dicky, Nahko and Medicine for the People, Lettuce, White Denim, Booker T. Jones, Post Malone, Dungen, Family and Friends, and the Shelters.

Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival — "Florida’s biggest ever camping festival to date" — launches this spring at Okeechobee's lush Sunshine Grove as a three-day, independently produced gathering highlighted by a dusk-til-dawn stage showcasing "the world's top electronic artists as well as a series of once-in-a-lifetime artist collaborations produced by the creative force behind the world famous Bonnaroo SuperJam."

Three-day general admission passes ($259.50 plus fees) are on sale now through Thursday, December 10, at which point the price will increase to $279.50 plus fees. 

October's initial lineup announcement also featured Jason Isbell, Grace Potter, RL Grime, Portugal. the Man, Bonobo, Gramatik, Shpongle, Four Tet, Dr. Dog, Lotus, Rhye, and others. Go here for a list of the full lineup as of today's announcement.
Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival featuring Mumford & Sons, Kendrick Lamar, Skrillex, and more. March 4 to March 6, Sunshine Grove, 12517 NE 91st Ave, Okeechobee. Tickets start at $249.50 plus fees via eventbrite.com. Visit okeechobeefest.com.

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