The 2020 Tortuga Music Festival is expected to draw 35,000 people per day during its April 17-19 run at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, and if history repeats itself they will be from all 50 states and more than 20 countries. Hang tight y'all! The lineup will be disclosed soon later this year for 2020.
At the #TortugaFest artists have been known to sign autographs, take photos, & even do pop up performances during their visit! Make sure to stop by and check out all that Conservation Village has to offer when you're at the festival next year.
What you can bring:
Snacks in a clear, zip-lock bag up to 1 gallon; small camera (no detachable zoom lens or flash); one 20-ounce sealed bottle of water; empty water container up to 1.5 liters (free fill-ups at water stations inside); small bag or backpack (14-by-11-by-6 inches) personal beach towel; low-profile beach chair, bag chair or inflatable couch (must be set up in the designated chair zone); baby stroller; electronic cigarettes
What to leave home:
All bags are searched upon entry and these items will be confiscated: alcohol; glass containers; blankets; cameras with zoom lens; selfie sticks; drones or other recording devices; coolers and grills; large umbrellas, tents or other shade structures; flags or totem poles; laser pointers and glow sticks; balloons, balls and inflatables; iPads or other tablets musical instruments. Also, no animals (except service animals). Leave your weapons at home, too.