Tortuga Music Festival Moved To 2021, Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert To Headline

The festival has been officially moved to the end of 2021.

Written by Jeremy Chua
Tortuga Music Festival Moved To 2021, Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert To Headline
ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 19: Host Luke Bryan (L) and honoree Miranda Lambert pose backstage during the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards at AT&T Stadium on April 19, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Rick Diamond/ACM2015/Getty Images for dcp)

Rock The Ocean’s beloved Tortuga Music Festival has officially moved to 2021. It will take place from November 13 to November 14 at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, Florida. Country music superstar Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw and Miranda Lambert will continue to headline the festival as initially planned.

Jimmie Allen, Ingrid Andress, Barenaked Ladies, Gabby Barrett, Lee Brice, Blanco Brown, Billy Currington, DeeJay Silver, DJ Rock, Riley Green, Caylee Hammack, HARDY, Hirie, Jon Pardi, Chris Lane, Jon Langston, Tracy Lawrence, LOCASH, Kip Moore, Pitbull, Michael Ray, Runaway June, Cole Swindell, Toots and the Maytals, Vanilla Ice, Morgan Wallen, Rita Wilson and YA’BOYZ will also take the Main Stage and Sunset Stage. 

Additionally, Tenille Arts, Tyler Booth, Ashland Craft, Cale Dodds, Angie K, Trea Landon, Walker Montgomery, Niko Moon, Kylie Morgan, Meghan Patrick, Brandon Ratcliff, Tyler Rich, Sean Stemaly and Hailey Whitters are also set to perform on the festival’s third “Next From Nashville” stage. 

Organizers will continue its steadfast commitment to the health and safety of fans, partners, employees, artists and the community.

All passes already purchased for 2020 will be honored for 2021, with the festival raising funds and promoting awareness of the issues that plague the oceans across the world, as well as support for marine conservation and research. 

For tickets and more information on the festival, visit