Brothers Osborne, Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett Confirmed For 2022 Tortuga Music Festival

The popular Fort Lauderdale, Florida country and Americana festival is slated for April 8 through April 10.

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During the autumn of 2021, the Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, announced that Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, and Thomas Rhett would be the headlining acts at this year’s edition of the their three-day event.

One of North America’s first big festivals of the year, the event is slated for April 8 through April 10, and now the festival has released their 2022 performance festival through their official Instagram page.

Friday, April 8 will consist of Morgan Wallen headlining, followed by the likes of Travis Tritt, Chase Rice, Lainey Wilson, Walker Hayes, Larry Fleet, Ernest, and so many more.

Saturday, April 9 will see Thomas Rhett headlining, with Jordan Davis, Scotty McCreery, Ingrid Andress, Travis Denning, Breland, Dillon Carmichael, Laine Hardy, and more also on the bill.

Lastly, Sunday, April 10, meanwhile, rounds out with Luke Combs headlining, and followed by Brothers Osborne, Randy Houser, The Cadillac Three, Hailey Whitters, Priscilla Block, Mitchell Tenpenny, Drew Parker, and more.

Three-day general admission and hotel packages are available now. Visit the event’s official website for tickets and further information.
Held on the white sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach Park in a beautiful oceanside setting, Tortuga Music Festival is a 3-day, multi-stage music festival featuring some of the biggest names in country, rock and roots music.

Tortuga Music Festival brings like-minded fans together for an unforgettable beach weekend experience that pairs music with meaning to raise awareness for marine conservation.

The event works hand in hand with the Rock The Ocean Foundation to increase public awareness about the issues impacting the world’s oceans and to support scientific research, education, and ocean conservation initiatives.

To date, the festival has given back $2,000,000 to the Conservation Village partners as a direct result of ticket sales and donations from Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival.

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