March 14, 2015
Busch Gardens, 10165 North Malcolm McKinley Drive, Tampa, FL 33612
Busch Gardens Tampa is introducing some flavor to its entertainment lineup in spring 2015 with the Food & Wine Festival, offering a variety of food, wine and entertainment. Saturdays and Sundays, March 7 through April 26.
The line-up for the first Food & Wine Festival to be held at Busch Garden’s in Tampa, Fla. continues to grow as additional artists have been announced. Therefore, Tampa Bay residents and visitors get ready for an added treat to your visit to the family entertainment park from Saturday to Sunday.
Thus far added to the prior entertainment for the inauguration weekend are the renowned R&B, disco, soul and jazz group Kool & The Gang on Saturday, March 14; American rock band Boys Like Girls on Sunday, March 15; country music artist Kenny Rogers on Saturday, March 21; pop group from Texas Pentatonix on Sunday, March 22; Christian music artist Steven Curtis Chapman on Saturday, March 28 and returning to Busch Gardens the Latin group all-time favorite El Gran Combo on Sunday, March 29. As for the headliners for the inauguration already announced are Gavin DeGraw performing Saturday, March 7 and Fifth Harmony Sunday, March 8. Additional artists will be announced as they are confirmed for the month of April.
The eight-weekend Food & Wine Festival will offer the finest wine for the wine enthusiast and diverse food for all taste buds at an additional charge. Admission for the Food & Wine Festival is included with any Busch Garden daily admission, Pass or Fun Card. Food and beverage is not included but is available for purchase for an extra fee.
The lineup the first four weekends of the festival will be:
March 7 — Gavin DeGraw
March 8 — Fifth Harmony
March 14 — Kool & the Gang
March 15 — Boys Like Girls
March 21 — Kenny Rogers
March 22 — Pentatonix
March 28 — Steven Curtis Chapman
March 29 — El Gran Combo
Busch Gardens did not announce performers for the April leg of the festival. The concerts are included with regular park admission.