Nelly, Mrs. A has announced her headline appearance for the Planet City Strawberry Festival

Nelly, Mrs. A has announced her headline appearance for the Planet City Strawberry Festival

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Plant City’s 2022 Strawberry Festival music lineup is here, and includes a wide variety of country, R&B, vintage, and even hip-hop stars.

Today, the festival – which runs from March 3-13 – announced that the music headlines for 2022 include hometown boy Kenzi Wheeler joining a heavyweight lineup that includes Jake Owen, Sam Hunt, Cole Swindell and “Proud to be American” singer Lee Greenwood.

The bill also contains the controversially renamed Lady A, which has been criticized for stealing the title of a 61-year-old Seattle singer who has recorded and performed under that name for decades.

But Strawberry Festival 2022’s music repertoire is taking off out of the country, too, thanks to the groups of rapper Nelly, R&B favorite Boyz II Men, classic rock band Tesla, prog rock hero John Anderson, rock guru Sammy Hager and The Circle Sun, as well as To Mike’s Love Beach Boys, pop star Lauren Daigle, and more.

Admission to Strawberry Festival 2022 is $4 to $8, and concert tickets, which must be purchased separately, range from $20 to $55.

As usual, each day features a daytime (3:30pm) and nightly (7:30pm) show. See the daily schedule below, and get more information at

The Planet City Strawberry Festival 2022 music line-up:

Thursday 3 March
Oak Ridge boys

Friday 4 March
Beach Boys
Boys II Men

Saturday 5 March
free home
Lauren Daigle

Sunday March 6
Chicks with Hits Feat. Terry Clark, Pam Tillis and Susie Bogos
Sami Hajar and The Circle Sun

Monday 7 March
John Anderson
Kenzi Wheeler

Tuesday 8 March
Ricky Nelson Remembers Matthew and Gunnar Nelson
Zach Williams

Wednesday March 9
Lee Greenwood
Jake Owen

Thursday 10 March
Coasters and Plates from Drifters Cornell Gunter

Friday March 11
Jane Watson
Cole Swindell

Saturday 12 March
Bobby Bones and the Raging Goofs

Sunday March 13
Bellamy brothers
Sam Hunt

This story originally appeared on Creative Loafing Tampa Bay

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