All You Need To Know About This Weekend’s Sunset Music Festival
Still looking for Memorial Day weekend plans? Sunset Music Festival is taking over Raymond James Stadium Saturday and Sunday for the 4th annual SMF party.
For 4 years Committee Entertainment and Sunset Events have put on Tampa’s premiere music festival competing with the likes of Big Guava and the Gasparilla Music Festival.
SMF boasts 3 stages throughout the Raymond James Stadium grounds and this year they pulled out all the stops to bring the biggest lineup yet. With acts like Tiesto, Skrillex, Flosstradamus, Thomas Jack and plenty others, SMF is shaping up to be one of the biggest festivals Tampa has ever seen. Check out the entire lineup here and be sure to listen to the pre-game playlist full of music from the 2015 lineup.
Tickets are bought in the form of a wristband. The wristband will be your ticket to everything SMF has to offer. There’s general admission full weekend passes still available that go for about $185 with taxes and fees, VIP weekend passes available for about $285 and single day passes for $110. SMF also has the option of adding a phone charging locker to your order for $36 along with other SMF themed items.
For more info on ticket prices and to purchase yours click here.
Extra & Need To Know
SMF will be offering concert goers free water as well as cooling stations throughout the festival grounds. For those looking for more of a party, bars will be set up throughout the entry ways and will be serving per identification. The festival is 18+ to get in and 21+ to drink. The Florida sun is unforgiving, so for those out-of-towners visiting, be sure to stay hydrated throughout the day.
Along with music and entertainment, Sunset Music Festival will be offering artist meet & greets at a tent located across from the main stage, as well as late night after parties each night of the festival. You’ll find the comprehensive list of set times and artist meet & greets here.