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Gasparilla Music Festival lineup: Black Pumas, The Revivalists and Trombone Shorty coming to Tampa

Tickets are on sale now for the festival happening Feb. 25-27.
Adrian Quesada, left, and Eric Burton, of Black Pumas, at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. They are headlining Gasparilla Music Festival, happening in Tampa Feb. 25-27.
Adrian Quesada, left, and Eric Burton, of Black Pumas, at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. They are headlining Gasparilla Music Festival, happening in Tampa Feb. 25-27. [ JORDAN STRAUSS | Invision/AP ]
Published Dec. 16, 2021
Updated Dec. 16, 2021

Gasparilla Music Festival announced the initial lineup for the 2022 event, happening Feb. 25-27 at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park in Tampa. Headliners are psychedelic-soul duo Black Pumas, New Orleans-based rock band The Revivalists and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, who play a mix of genres including jazz, funk, rock and soul.

If it feels like the festival just happened, it’s because it did. Gasparilla Music Festival returned in October for the first time since the pandemic started.

The lineup also includes The Allman Betts Band, who carry on the tradition of the Allman Brothers Band, iconic R&B and gospel singer Mavis Staples and hip hop group Arrested Development.

Indie rockers Pinegrove, indie-pop band The Aces and blues-rockers Andy Frasco and the U.N. will also play the festival. School of Rock Tampa and the Tampa Metro Youth Orchestra also perform. More performers will be announced soon.

Tickets range from $45-$95 for general admission, $125-$250 VIP and $300-$700 Rock It Club VIP, all with multiple day packages available. For the full lineup and get more information at gasparillamusic.com.