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Vampire Weekend, Mumford & Sons, Rufus du Sol to Headline Okeechobee Festival

Today, Insomniac Events announced the lineup for the fourth edition of Florida’s Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival. The four-day event will return to Sunshine Grove in Okeechobee, Florida March 5-8, 2020 with a multi-genre lineup led by Vampire Weekend, Mumford & Sons, Rufus du Sol and Bassnectar, along with over 100 other artists across a broad musical spectrum. General admission and VIP passes, as well as camping options, are available at okeechobeefest.com.

OMF’s three main stages — Be, Here, and Now — will include Haim, Glass Animals, Big Gigantic, Alison Wonderland, Blood Orange, Bob Moses, Clairo, Kaskade, and Sublime With Rome, while the all-hours Jungle 51 and the white-sand beach of Aquachobee will feature programming from a variety of artists all four days. CASPA, Ivy lab, Yheti, Huxley Anne and Supertask will DJ during an opening night party hosted by bass music purveyors Bassrush on March 5. Also returning will be PoWoW!, a musical showcase featuring festival acts and surprise guests. In previous years, the PoWoW! has featured pairings like Miguel, Arcade Fire’s Win Butler, John Oates, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Mumford and Sons, as well as the Roots, Snoop Dogg, Chaka Khan and Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli, Trombone Shorty, and Cole Henry.

OMF will also feature immersive art experiences, pop-up performances, yoga, life enhancing workshops, and other experiences.

Also on site are a 24-hour general store and food options, showers, free portalets, and food and beverage options from local vendors and craft artisans. OMF 2020 will kick-off an immersive lineup of interactive offerings beginning Thursday, March 5 during a nighttime pre-party.

Passes go on sale for all ticket and camping types beginning Oct. 18 at 10am ET at okeechobeefest.com.

The full lineup appears below:

Alison Wonderland
Bas Ibellini
Big Gigantic
Blood Orange
Bob Moses
Boogie T.Rio
Clarian (Live)
Colorful Language (Live)
Cory Wong (of Vulfpeck)
Crooked Colours
Derrick May
Ellen Allien
Flatbush Zombies
G Jones
Ghostland Observatory
Glass Animals
Gouranga Clan Sunday Special Feat:
Jkriv, Dicky Trisco, Isaac Ferry
Gus Dapperton
Hippie Sabotage
Huxley Anne
Ivy Lab
Julia Govor
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
Levitation Jones
Lil Louis (The Founding Father of House
Lolo Zouaï
Los Wálters
Lucy Dacus
Machine Gun Kelly
Mary Yuzovskaya
Mathew Jonson (Live)
Maya Jane Coles
Moon Boots
Mumford & Sons
Nora En Pure
Party Pupils
Said The Sky
San Holo
Shaun Reeves
Soul Clap
St. Paul and The Broken Bones
Sublime With Rome
Taylor Shockley
The Aces
Vampire Weekend
Young Franco
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