Orange Blossom Revue unveiled the highly-anticipated lineup this morning for its ninth annual festival. Music lovers will be heading south for the winter as the festival is taking place on December 1-2, 2023, in the picturesque town of Lake Wales, FL. Hosted by the renowned American roots band, The Wood Brothers, this intimate celebration of music, community, and nature has become a beloved tradition for both local residents and enthusiastic visitors.
The marquee for this year’s festival features an impressive array of talent, including southern soul-rock icons JJ Grey & Mofro, the mesmerizing guitar prodigy Molly Tuttle and her band Golden Highway, eminent singer-songwriter Brent Cobb, neotraditional country hitmakers Mike and the Moonpies, rising Americana star Kaitlin Butts, country music sensation Harper O’Neill, and Florida native pop singer Cat Ridgeway.
Nestled conveniently between Tampa and Orlando, the close-knit community of Lake Wales, FL offers the perfect setting for two full days of entertainment and leisure. With its abundance of Spanish moss, palmetto trees, and fragrant citrus groves, the charming grounds of Lake Wailes Park will provide a picturesque backdrop for this weekend-long celebration.
With its family-friendly atmosphere, the inclusion of various musical talents, and a focus on Florida’s homegrown culinary scene, Orange Blossom Revue continues to be a must-attend event each year. The festival will offer VIP and GA Weekend passes.
Tickets will go on sale this Thursday, May 25 at 12:00 PM ET.
A limited number of specially-priced GA Weekend passes will be available for purchase exclusively at the Lake Wales Arts Council (in person only) for local residents of Lake Wales. For more information, camping and RV options, and to stay up-to-date with all things OBR, please visit orangeblossomrevue.com.
So mark your calendars, set your alarms, do whatever you have to do in order to snag those tickets before they’re gone!
Importantly, Orange Blossom Revue is dedicated to supporting the local community, and a portion of ticket proceeds will go towards the nonprofit beneficiary, Blossom Charitable Foundation. This charity was established in 2021 by festival founders Rusty Ingley and Reid Hardman. The foundation aims to promote arts and culture in Lake Wales throughout the year. In just a few short years, it has provided significant support to various local organizations. To learn more about the foundation, please visit orangeblossomrevue.com/foundation.
Will this festivle be held at Boke Tower?
Is theses the only bands to perform? I think I’ll be skipping this event.