TAMPA - Live Nation, the producers of the Big Guava Music Festival and co-producers of last year's Coastline Festival, recently announced the 2014 Coral Skies Music Festival line-up for Saturday, Oct. 25, in Tampa, and Sunday, Oct. 26, in West Palm Beach. With all-day music featuring great bands on two stages, an expanded array of food trucks and variety of craft beers and regionally renowned artists, Coral Skies Music Festival will have something for everyone
A limited amount of $20 Early Bird tickets will are available Monday, July 14, through Thursday, July 17, at www.coralskiesfest.com. General ticket sales begin Friday, July 18.
Over the course of each day, the festival will feature an eclectic lineup of internationally established and emerging bands on two stages. The lineup features: Cage The Elephant, Julian Casablancas & The Voidz, City And Colour, Bombay Bicycle Club, Bleachers, Tokyo Police Club, The Hold Steady, Wild Cub, Junior Prom, Benjamin Booker and Good Graeff. More acts are expected to be announced soon.
Coral Skies Music Festival promises more than just great music. There will also be the best craft beers along with a greatly expanded array of critically acclaimed food trucks.
And then there is the Art! Art is at the heart of everything the Coral Skies Music Festival brings to the experience, whether it is through the music, our finely crafted beers or unique food trucks. Coral Skies with its eclectic mix of artistic expressions will allow festival goers to actively engage with critically-acclaimed artists from around the region in Florida’s progressive art scene.
General admission tickets are $30. Limited GA Pit tickets will be available for $55 with a limited number of VIP tickets for $150.
All tickets include general admission to the second stage and all prices are plus fees and taxes.
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