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From oldies to country, dance club throwbacks to rock bands, there’s a little something for everyone when concerts return to the Florida Strawberry Festival in Plant City in March. Because of COVID-19, the festival couldn’t offer concerts at their new concert stage in 2020, but the live performances return for 2022. The festival opens March 3 and runs until March 13.

Here are some of the major headliner concerts announced for the 2022 Florida Strawberry Festival.  For the complete list, visit flstrawberryfestival.com.

  • March 3: Lady A

    $50 (plus festival admission)

    Formerly known as Lady Antebellum, they’ve got a bunch of big country hits like “Need You Now,” “Just A Kiss” and “Bartender.”

  • March 4: The Beach Boys

    $35 (plus festival admission)

    If you missed them in Clearwater, here’s another chance to see the current lineup: Mike Love, Bruce Johnston, Scott Totten, Brian Eichenberger, Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsil, Keith Hubacher and Randy Leago.

  • March 4: Boyz II Men

    $35 (plus festival admission)

    A Q105 Saturday Night Dance Party favorite! We’ll definitely be dancing in the aisles to “Motownphilly” but don’t forget the group’s huge ballads like “End of the Road” and “I’ll Make Love To You.”

  • March 6: Sammy Hagar

    $40 (plus festival admission)

    He can’t drive 55. Nobody can on I-4 during Florida Strawberry Festival season. You’re lucky if you can get up to 20MPH.

  • Jake Owen

    $40 (plus festival admission)

    Longtime country hit maker who was actually born right here in Florida in Winter Haven.

  • March 10: Tesla

    $35 (plus festival admission)

    They had an iconic ’80s hairband hit with “Love Song” but their cover of “Signs” will be as timely as ever!

  • March 11: Cole Swindell

    $45 (plus festival admission)

    An interesting road to success for this country chart topper… he got his start selling merch for Luke Bryan.

  • March 12: Nelly

    $40 (plus festival admission)

    Is it a little “Hot In Here?”

  • March 13: Sam Hunt

    $55 (plus festival admission)

    A polarizing figure in country music, Sam Hunt has found success on the pop charts too especially with his first big crossover hit “Take Your Time.”