The Wood Brothers will take their winter in Florida once again for another Orange Blossom Revue. The ninth-annual music festival curated by the roots threesome will return to Lake Wales, FL on December 1st and 2nd, 2023.

Joining the brotherly trio of Chris and Oliver Wood and honorary sibling Jano Rix are Southern soul-rockers JJ Grey & Mofro, soaring Americana songstress Molly Tuttle and her backing band Golden Highway, singer-songwriter Brent Cobb, neotraditional country outfit Mike and the Moonpies, and more. These acts will perform over two leisurely days at Lake Wailes Park, with scenic sets alongside the titular Lake Wailes.

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Situated halfway between Tampa and Orlando, the close-knit community of Lake Wales has earned a reputation as one of Florida’s best-kept secrets. Away from the rush of the big cities, this town of nearly 15,000 indulges in the classic Floridian aesthetics as Spanish moss mingles with Palmetto trees amid the fragrant waft of citrus groves.

A portion of the proceeds from Orange Blossom Revue will benefit the festival’s nonprofit, the Blossom Charitable Foundation. Established in 2021 by festival founders Rusty Ingley and Reid Hardman, the organization serves to promote arts and culture in Lake Wales year-round. The foundation supports community-wide programs largely unavailable through the public school system including tutoring programs, arts education, and recreation programming.

Tickets to the 2023 Orange Blossom Revue go on sale on Thursday, May 25th at 12 p.m. ET. A limited allotment of specially-priced GA weekend tickets is available for purchase at the Lake Wales Arts Council, in-person only and exclusively for Lake Wales locals. For more information including camping and RV options visit the festival website. See below for the full lineup.