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Tortuga Music Festival 2015: Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band Announced as Headliners

The Tortuga Music Festival this morning announced the partial lineup for April's event: Kenny Chesney and Zac Brown will headline.

The concert on the sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach is scheduled for April 11 and 12.

Here are the acts that were announced today, from a news release:

- Jake Owen

- Little Big Town

- Trace Adkins

- Sublime with Rome

- David Nail

- The Mavericks

- Colt Ford

- Chase Rice

- Sam Hunt

- Frankie Ballard

- Chase Bryant

- Dirty Guv'nahs

- The Cadillac Three

- Old Dominion

- Maddie & Tae

- Nikki Lane

- Brooke Eden

- Drake White and The Big Fire

- Judah & The Lion

More acts should be announced in the coming weeks.

Organizers say early-bird tickets sold out already, but:

A limited number of reduced-price Advance tickets will be available when tickets go on sale this Friday, December 5, at 10am EST at Two-day Advance general admission festival tickets start at $149.00. 2-Day Advance VIP tickets are $699.00 and Advance Super VIP are $1,099.00. After these tickets sell out, Regular-priced festival tickets will become immediately available, with 2-Day General Admission at $165.00, VIP at $799.00 and Super VIP at $1,299.00. Complete festival pricing, including Advance and Regular prices for GA, VIP and Super VIP tickets, can also now be found at

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