Cornucopia Music & Arts Festival This Weekend at Maddox Ranch

Cornucopia comes from the Latin phrase “cornu copiae” meaning horn of plenty. On that count Cornucopia Music & Arts Festival is 100% accurate, filling three days at Maddox Ranch in Lakeland, Florida, with amazing music — Friday through Sunday, November 19-21.

There are three stages: Cornucopia Stage is the main one; Ferngully Stage features DJs and EDM artists; and the Moonlight Stage hosts the late-night magic. There are also workshops to enhance your experience.



Great lineup on the main stage for day greets you with Let’s Ride Brass Band and Strayin’ Anchors. Genre-twisting The Firewater Tent Revival and The Reality follow with a little bit of everything. Cluster is up next, with powerhouse rockers Bonnie Blue headlining. Late-night sets feature West King String Band and John Waykin and Friends. 808 Mates Take Over the Ferngully Stage! 

The Firewater Tent Revival



The main stage is slammed again, beginning with Kelp and The Space Heaters. Parker Urban and Friends brings this great collective to the area for the first time in a long time! Sweat Out the Devil, who regard Maddox Ranch as home base, are ready to make you “Get up and wiggle your buns.” The incomparable Jon Stickley Trio are heading to Cornucopia following their magnificent very-late-night set at Suwannee Hulaween, and The Iceman Special are ready with the last word. Manifest Gang Take Over Ferngully, and late-night sets are by The Dewars and The Mystic Harbor.

Jon Stickley Trio at Suwannee Roots Revival. Photo credit: David Lee



Day three opens with wedding ceremonies (!!), followed by long sets from Uncle John’s Band and Bonnie Blue. John Waykin and Friends play again, followed by an open jam. John Parkerurban is the weekend’s artist at large!

Bonnie Blue – Fool’s 04.01.21. 📷: Courtney Scout




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