OMF releases video hinting at 2022 return

Posted 5/7/21

The official Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival Twitter released a video on their account hinting at its return next year.

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OMF releases video hinting at 2022 return

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OKEECHOBEE- The official Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival social media accounts have released a video hinting at its return next year.

The video shows a portal opening to reveal highlights from previous years of the music festival and carries hashtags such as “OMF2022” and “Enter the portal”.

In 2020, the Okeechobee Music Festival – which draws more than 30,000 fans – was held as planned on the first weekend in March, just before the COVID-19 shutdowns kicked in throughout Florida and the country.

There was no festival held in 2021.

First founded in 2016, the event was held in both 2017 and 2018 before going on hiatus in 2019. In June 2019, festival promoter Insomniac announced they had acquired a controlling stake in Soundslinger, the original producer of OMF.

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