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The first Health and Music Festival is an educational and entertainment event. Festival goers will be jamming out to live music, eating from some of the hottest food trucks in Florida along with Seminars, and Vendor booths selling accessories, artwork, and gear that you can’t find anywhere else. Soak up the vibe and enjoy this great event.

This outdoor/indoor festival has loads of exhibits from medical marijuana dispensaries, collectives, care givers, evaluation services, educational institutions, equipment, accessories, and many more! Meet with leaders in the cannabis and hemp industry and take advantage of an entire weekend of music and fun. If you are a medical marijuana patient or would like to be one, there is so much you can learn while you take in the live music and open-arms. Camping available on site! Get your tickets today.

Music Lineup

 

Friday, April 19

Gates open at 3:00 PM!

 

Russ Bowers Isn't Dead Yet Video

4:00 PM  Russ Bowers Isn't Dead Yet 

A Grateful Dead tribute band from Florida comprised of some of the Sunshine State's most notable regional musicians.  RBIDY does not duplicate the sound of The Grateful Dead, rather they recreate it with a new and fresh sound of their own.
Holy Miss Moley Video

5:45 PM  Holey Miss Moley 

A funk-flavored, rock-soul infused groove factory from central Florida.  Their high-energy sound is reminiscent of old school 70's funk melded with elements of disco, jazz, soul, and hip-hop.  A superb fusion of sound that delights and energizes the crowd and makes people want to dance!

Heavy Petty Video

730 PM  Heavy Petty 

Gainesville's Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Tribute Band.
We love Tom Petty.  We love Gainesville.  This "one story town" is unique to Florida.  Its swampy and southern, just like us.
Started in 2009 for a one night only show and almost a decade later they have fans all across the nation.  You may come for Tom Petty, but you'll stay for Heavy Petty, our Friday night headliner!

Saturday, April 20

Gates open at 10:00 AM!

Grindstone Sinners Video

12:00 PM Grindstone Sinners 

Heavily influenced by the spirit of 60's Rock-n-Roll, TGS write and perform original songs while also covering classic rock and blues songs.  Close your eyes, open your ears and let these great young musicians take you to Woodstock!
The Applebutter Express Video

1:45 PM The Applebutter Express 

ABE has performed at such prestigious festivals as Bonnaroo, Hulaween, Suwannee Springfest and many others.  Their song "Hey My Brotha" was featured in the Ron Howard film "The Good Lie" starring Reese Witherspoon.  Florida ukulele funk that will put a smile on your face and get your feet tapping.
Spred the Dub Video

3:30 PM Spread The Dub 

For years the Spred The Dub motto and war cry has been "Good Time Reggae".  That means that whenever this seven-piece gets together, like a Rock and Roll Baby Jesus, a party has just been immaculately conceived.  It means that the word "boring" isn't allowed entry into their vocabulary.
 
"Their sound is an eclectic mashup of grooves and riddems incorporating elements of reggae, jazz, funk, soul and good old rock n' roll which reflects the cultural melting pot that is their home." -The Miami Herald
The Groove Orient Video

5:15 PM The Groove Orient 

With a new album released in December 2018, this high-energy rock n' roll band, with heavy influences in jazz and blues, is not to be missed!
 
"Fresh off their spring tour, the Orlando based Groove/Rock band has become quite the spectacle." -Relix Magazine 
Uncle John's Band Video

7:00 PM Uncle John's Band 

UJB formed in 1989 in Clearwater, FL and has kept the Grateful Dead fire aglow in the Southeast for over 30 years!  With three generations of fans spread across the U.S, Uncle John's Band has provided countless Deadheads with their dose of authentic live Dead music.  UJB has played thousands of hours of Grateful Dead music from Chicago to Key West and we are thrilled to have them headline our Saturday night!

 

 

FAQ’s

Camping Questions

Click on the questions below for answers to the most frequently asked.

How do you reserve a camping spot?

Camping is on a first come first serve basis. You will order the type of Site you need and when you arrive show your ticket and we will take you to an available spot. We will send you an email about how you can reserve your site shortly after you pay for your camping. Look for details in an email that will let you forward your camping receipt with your first choices of where you would like to reserve. Look for more details coming soon.

How do I get a campsite next to my friends?

We will send you an email about how you can reserve your site shortly after you pay for your camping. Look for details in an email that will let you forward your camping receipt with your first choices and let you list names of people of who you would like to reserve next to. Look for more details coming soon.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

please contact our office at (352) 419-8789

Look for more FAQ’s to be added. Have one you want to have answered? email us at social@healthandmusicfest.com

Want to be a Sponsor or Vendor?

Please contact:
Steven Pritchard
352-527-0456
spmca@comcast.net