[UPDATE 5/5/21]: Orange Blossom Revue has announced that Blackberry Smoke will serve as the festival’s second 2021 headliner alongside The Wood Brothers. The festival is set to take place at Lake Wailes Park in Lake Wales, FL on December 3rd and 4th.

In addition to Blackberry Smoke and The Wood Brothers, Orange Blossom Revue 2021 is set to include performances by The SteeldriversHayes CarllDevon GilvillianNicki Bluhm, The Hummingbirds, and Side Hustle in addition of artists-at-large Roosevelt Collier and Ryan Montbleau.

A music and heritage event like no other, Orange Blossom Revue continues to attract locals and globetrotters alike to the glimmering shores of Lake Wales, a stone’s throw from two of the sunshine state’s main hubs, Tampa and Orlando. General Admission weekend passes are on sale now, with a limited number of VIP and RV Camping passes available while supplies last. For tickets and more info, head to the festival website.

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[3/10/21] After a year off in 2020 due to COVID-19, Florida’s Orange Blossom Revue will return later this year with an artist lineup that includes The Wood Brothers, Ryan Montbleau, Roosevelt Collier, and more.

Festival organizers on Tuesday revealed the lineup for the 2021 event, which will take place at Lake Wailes Park in Lake Wales, FL on December 3rd-4th. Other artists included in the announcement of this year’s event include The Steeldrivers, Nicki Bluhm, Hayes Carll, Devon Gilfillian, The Hummingbirds, and Side Hustle. Roosevelt Collier has been tapped as the event’s “Artist at Large,” while Ryan Montbleau will act as the “Solo & Artist at Large.” Another headlining artist will be revealed by organizers on May 3rd.

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Proceeds from the festival will benefit The Blossom Charitable Foundation, which promotes the arts and culture of the Lake Wales region while also bringing accessible arts education and programming to Central Florida.

Organizers also confirmed that they will utilize contactless money transactions, add extra hand-washing stations on-site, and stay in close communication with Florida state health officials between now and December to make sure the event is as safe as possible for attendees.

Weekend passes for the 2021 event will go on sale starting this Friday, March 12th, at 10 a.m. ET. Head to the festival website for more information.