Uncork it! Busch Gardens Tampa release Food and Wine Concert Line-Up!

by Erik Yates

A world of taste awaits at the annual Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Food & Wine Festival with a delicious menu and drinks as dynamic and unique as the park’s thrilling roller coaster collection. Guests can sip & savor their way through flavorful eats and mouth watering treats before finding their new favorite brew or cocktail. Park guests can explore a variety of flavors while enjoying a diverse concert lineup, including acts for all tastes.

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.

Mardi Gras season is in full swing at Busch Gardens Tampa, but you can almost hear the corks popping as Food & Wine Festival is getting close. This year the festival promises to have even more fun, food and music than ever before, and it’s starting with this year’s concert line up.

While we don’t have a FULL line up, we do have a good start to the list. The event will kick off on March 11th, and run every single weekend until May 7th, showcasing some of the areas best local drinks, and Busch Gardens Tampa’s signature food.

But, to get started, here’s the concert line up so far:

  • March 11th-Kansas
  • March 12th-Maddi & Tae
  • March 18th-SWV
  • March 19th-Dustin Lynch
  • March 25th-Rodney Atkins
  • March 26th-Flo Rida
  • April 2nd-Mackenzie Porter
  • April 8th-+Live+
  • April 9th-The Fab Four
  • April 15th-38 Special
  • April 16th-Mitchell Tenpenny
  • April 29th-Hoobastank
  • May 5th-The Como La Flor Band
  • May 7th-El Gran Combo

There are still a lot of open dates on the calendar for Food & Wine, so expect a few more acts in an already diverse line up. Since 2021, Busch Gardens has relied fairly heavy on cover band acts, and while this year there’s not as many, there still are some stellar cover acts, along with some very up and coming performers. That seems to be a SeaWorld/Busch Gardens tradition. Meanwhile, there still are quite a few favorite bands, and still more empty spots. The park promises to have a different band every Saturday and Sunday, so those spots will not stay empty for long.

Stay tuned for more from Busch Gardens, and for more information, including tickets, be sure to visit the official website. 

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