The concert lineup for the 2017 Busch Gardens Food and Wine Festival was recently announced, and Daughtry, DNCE, Daya, Andy Grammer, and Lynyrd Skynyrd headline the weekend spring event. All concerts during the 2017 Busch Gardens Food and Wine Festival are included in the price of admission, and the only extra money you’ll need to bring is for the food. And with dishes like duck tacos, lobster ravioli, and banana foster panna cotta, you’ll want to make sure you bring your wallet. Continue reading for more details on the 2017 Busch Gardens Food and Wine Festival starting on Saturday, March 4th.
Update: February 15, 2017
Grammy award-winning trio, The Band Perry, country superstar, Hunter Hayes, “Merengue Queen”, Milly Quezada and Latin chart-toppers, Bachata Heightz and Justin Quiles round out the star-studded lineup kicking off this spring.
The full concert lineup includes:
Saturday, March 4: Daughtry
Sunday, March 5: Andy Grammer
Saturday, March 11: Goo Goo Dolls
Sunday, March 12: Kool & The Gang
Saturday, March 18: Young the Giant
Sunday, March 19: Jason Isbell & John Hiatt Trio
Saturday, March 25: Craig Wayne Boyd & Adam Wakefield
Sunday, March 26: El Gran Combo
Saturday, April 1: DNCE
Sunday, April 2: Walk Off the Earth
NEW! Saturday, April 8: Hunter Hayes
Sunday, April 9: Daya & Matt Nathanson
NEW! Saturday, April 15: The Band Perry
Sunday, April 16: Newsboys
Saturday, April 22: Gilberto Santa Rosa
Sunday, April 23: Lynyrd Skynyrd
NEW! Saturday, April 29: Bachata Heightz, Justin Quiles, Milly Quezada
NEW! Sunday, April 30: Tribute Bands performing the best of Jimmy Buffet, Queen, Bon Jovi & Prince
Original post from January 13, 2017 follows below
From Busch Gardens Tampa Bay’s Press Release
A world of taste awaits at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay’s third annual Food & Wine Festival, returning this spring for an extended nine weeks of chart-topping artists and culinary masterpieces. The popular Tampa Bay food and wine festival is included with any Annual Pass, Fun Card or daily admission to the park and runs Saturdays and Sundays, March 4 through April 30.
The biggest names in entertainment will take the stage every weekend with the headlining act starting at 7 p.m. on Gwazi Field. Artists kicking off the festival include:
The festival returns with signature dishes and exciting new cuisine – including duck tacos, lobster ravioli, bacon mac & cheese, brown sugar rubbed pork belly, banana foster panna cotta, gator bites, and cabernet-filled chocolates – as well as an expanded selection of wines, craft brews and cocktails.
Food and beverage is not included with park admission and is available for an extra fee. Guests must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcoholic beverages.