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Tortuga Music 2014 Festival Lineup Announced!

Tortuga Music Festival took the salty life to the next level by planting a beer-, boob-, and beach-friendly festival square on the sand in Fort Lauderdale.

The inaugural event brought in waves of music lovers in cowboy hats and flip-flops. The lineup was country-heavy, but there was some folk, blues, and pop mixed in for those less interested in twang.

Just today, the fest announced its 2014 lineup (which you can see after the jump). For 2014, CMT will be partnering with Tortuga on contests and other things that'll be announced shortly. Remember, this is also all about the turtles, literally. Last year, it raised more than $70k for the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation and other marine conservation orgs.

A limited number of advanced tickets for the April 12 and 13 fest go on sale this Friday, December 13, 10 a.m. EST at tortugamusicfestival.com.

See also: Photos From Tortuga Music Festival at Fort Lauderdale Beach

2014 Lineup

Luke Bryan

Eric Church


Sheryl Crow

Billy Currington

Slightly Stoopid

Ziggy Marley

Brett Eldredge

Brett Dennen

Delta Rae

Cole Swindell

Moon Taxi

The Revivalists

White Denim

Frankie Ballard

Brothers Osborne

Chase Rice

Blackjack Billy

Sons of Fathers

Quaker City Nighthawks

Rock The Ocean's Tortuga Music Festival, on April 12 and 13, at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park. Two-day general-admission festival ticket prices start at $155. Complete festival pricing is on tortugamusicfestival.com. Follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

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