Luke Bryan, Eric Church to Headline 2014 Tortuga Festival

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Eric Church and Luke Bryan (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

Eric Church and Luke Bryan (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

Luke Bryan and Eric Church will headline the second annual Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. next year. More than a dozen other country, rock and reggae artists will perform for Rock the Ocean’s two-night festival which will take place April 12 and 13 at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park.

Additional acts include Sheryl Crow, Billy Currington, Slightly Stoopid, Ziggy Marley, Brett Eldredge, Brett Dennen, Delta Rae and Cole Swindell. Moon Taxi, The Revivalists, White Denim, Brothers Osborne, Chase Rice, Blackjack Billy, Sons of Fathers and Quaker City Nighthawks will also take the oceanfront stage with additional acts to be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets for the Tortuga Music Festival go on sale Dec. 13 at 10 a.m. ET at the festival’s website. Prices range from $155 for two-day general-admission tickets to $1299 for Super VIP which includes up-front viewing at the main stage and second stage as well as a private air-conditioned dining room and lounge.

The Tortuga Festival partners with the Rock the Ocean Foundation which is dedicated to supporting scientific research and education while increasing public awareness about the issues impacting the world’s oceans including overfishing, shark finning and reef degradation.

Kenny Chesney headlined this year’s inaugural festival which drew more than 25,000 and raised over $70,000 in donations to the festival’s Conservation Village partners including the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation and Nova University, among dozens of other marine conservation organizations.

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