Orange Blossom Revue Announces 2022 Lineup for Annual Music Festival
Building off the success of last year’s Orange Blossom Revue, today (April 19) festival organizers announced a new slate of performers set to join them this December for this year’s edition. In its eight year, the festival continues to deliver an ever-expanding lineup of music’s very best in a genre-diverse two-day music festival along the shores of Lake Wales.
Making their return for the second year in a row and serving as co-curators of the 2022 event, The Wood Brothers will bring their special blend of folk/America sound to fans attending this years festival. Joining the festival lineup and serving as headliner is soulful retro-country singer Margo Price. The Illinois native released her third full-length album That’s How Rumors Get Started in 2020. Price and band were positively brilliant at the recent Gasparilla Music Festival in Tampa.
Neal Francis is also on the lineup. This rising superstar and his band have been wowing audiences everywhere with their amazing 1970s vibes and musicianships, including at Suwannee Hulaween, Gasparilla Music Festival, and Suwannee Rising.
Orange Blossom Revue’s lineup of artists and bands also includes Langhorne Slim, Allison Russell, Son Little, Katie Pruitt, John R. Miller, Cat Ridgeway and Laney Jones.
The Wood Brothers are a musically diverse trio out of New York and Atlanta that consists of brothers Oliver and Chris Wood along with Jano Rix. Oliver’s background in blues-inflected R&B, funk, and country, along with his brother Chris’s contemporary jazz and abstract music experience (he is also a member of the revered trio Medeski, Martin & Wood), joined forces with former Gabe Dixon Band drummer Jano Rix to create an abstract group that plays folk, blues, country, Americana, and more.
With an abundance of live oaks and palmetto trees, festival attendees will take a step back and experience the Central Florida’s small-town charm while rocking out along the shores of Lake Wales. Those attending will have an all-day music experience along with amazing food truck vendors and plenty of craft beer.
This music festival continues to serve the community long after the music has ended. The Blossom Charitable Foundation works year round to support community-wide tutoring programs, arts education, and recreation programs throughout the Lake Wales community.
The two-day music festival will take place on Friday December 2, and Saturday, December 3, at Lake Wailes Park in Lake Wales, Florida. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 22, starting at $80 for general admission passes and $250 for VIP weekend passes.