We’re very excited to tell you about the 2016 Old Florida Outdoor Festival sponsored by the City of Apopka! Keep reading for your chance to win a family four pack of some really sweet tickets! Last year, we posted some information and even got a chance to check it out for ourselves. You can read all about our 2015 Old Florida Outdoor Festival experience on our site as well. In case you missed it, or just don’t have time to go back and read our previous post, the Old Florida Outdoor Festival was ranked as one of the very best family entertainment values of 2015!
So what’s the big deal? Think about your favorite country music concert, bounce houses, a BBQ competition, a chili cook-off, tons of community vendors, shooting competitions, livestock show, and fishing demos. Now put them all in the same place in one of the most beautiful venues we have ever seen, and you have the Old Florida Outdoor Festival! Ok, so that may be a bit of information overload so I’ll break it down:
For three days this February 12th through the 14th, the Apopka Amphitheater transforms into an amazing venue with some top-notch country music headliners. This year Parmalee with be performing Friday evening, with Chris Young following up Saturday night. Drake White will be performing Sunday night. What’s incredible is that you have a choice of purchasing actual assigned seats, or just chilling out in the massive general admission area. Be sure to bring a chair or blanket if you go the general admission route. Rest assured the acoustics are incredible, and no matter what your vantage point, you’ll have a great view!
So what can you expect when you actually get to the Old Florida Outdoor Festival? Well for starters, you’ll see tons of parking all around the amphitheater. (You’ll want to snap a photo of your car, and use the GPS data tagged in the photo to find your way back at the end of the night.) There is so much to do and see once you get inside, you can wander around for quite a while before you have had a chance to see everything. Continue reading