Head Out To The Harvest 

With the scorching summer sun finally subdued and the fall weather cooling things down a bit, it’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy the great outdoors.

To kick off this season of fine Florida weather, the annual Harvest Fest Music and Food Truck Festival boasts an evening of rock, country, bluegrass and folk music from top headliners, including Daughtry, Parmalee and Craig Campbell, plus several other national and regional artists performing live on two stages. The festival will be held at Tuscawilla Park from 1-10pm and features numerous food trucks from near and far as well as craft vendors, non-profit groups and band merchandise. General admission is $10 along with a non-perishable food donation for Project Hope. Special VIP tickets featuring up-close access to the stage during Daughtry’s performance, one free drink, access to a special VIP tent with light snacks and restrooms are also available for $40. Guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs, and outside coolers will not be permitted. Adult beverages are available for purchase with ID. For more information or to see a complete lineup of performers, visit ocalafl.org or call (352) 629-8447.

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