Rock At Night just received word that the initial lineup for the 7th Annual Gasparilla Music Festival is out! This festival, which is held March 10th-11th, is going to be a fun one! Check out who the already going to be there!
Headlining: The Roots and Father John Misty
The Roots will be headlining Saturday, March 10th and multiple 2018 Grammy® Award nominee, Father John Misty will be headlining Sunday March 11th.
Rounding out the early line up:
Break Science (Live Band)
The Cave Singers
The War & Treaty
Eric Tessmer Band
Imagination Movers – headlining Kids Fest
Last year’s headline was Cage the Elephant
GMF’18 will feature over 40 bands across 4 stages along Riverwalk in downtown Tampa. Each year the festival has grown in size and breadth with an eclectic assortment of music hand-picked to inspire as well as entertain. In addition to diversity of sounds, the Gasparilla Music Festival offers a variety of experiences including a wellness kickoff early Saturday morning. Last year, the fest hosted its first ever Dubb Tenn Yoga and Ride the Park, a stationary bike ride which served as a fundraiser for GMF‘s Recycled Tunes program.
The annual festival celebrates the Tampa community and culture with local culinary delights, activities for families, performances by local artisans, aerialists, crafters, dancers, drum circles, elaborate hair-braiders, double dutch jumpers, pop-up performers, marching bands and more. Once again, the fest within a fest Kids Fest will include the Glazer Children’s Museum where in addition to the activities award winning Imagination Movers will perform and the entire museum will be open to the public with free admission.
Tickets to the festival are available at www.gmftickets.com
$40 – 2 Day General Admission Early Bird (while supplies last)
$175 – 2 Day VIP Early Bird SOLD OUT
Early Bird VIP tickets sold out in 5 hours – Additional advance pricing:
$60 GA 2-Day
$40 GA Saturday
$30 GA Sunday
$200 VIP 2-Day
$150 VIP Saturday
$100 VIP Sunday
FOLLOW GMF at www.GasparillaMusic.com
I grew up in a household full of rock music, studied journalism in college, and then became a scientist.Although my science career has served me well, music has always played a major role in my life. I grew up reading "Creem" magazine; I play several musical instruments as a "hobby";and it seems a camera has always been in my hand. Now, I am combining what I love the most--music and photography--serving as editor of Rock At Night. My motto: life is short...no regrets. Chyrisse