Runaway Country Music Festival Coming to Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee

Osceola Heritage Park announced this morning they have signed a 10-year contract to host the Runaway Country Music Festival, starting in 2016.

Runaway Country logo

Runaway Country is a huge annual 3-day country music festival that draws the top talent to its line-up. Previous years have offered the likes of Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Alan Jackson, Keith Urban, Toby Keith, The Band Perry, and more, to enjoy.

Osceola Heritage Park provides for increased capacity, a larger line-up, more campsites and more festival attractions. 2016 event plans include several new bars and taverns and two after hour music zones featuring bands and DJs until the early hours. The venue also boasts easy access. Located on Hwy 192, just west of the Turnpike, in Osceola County, it is approximately 12 miles south of the Orlando International Airport.

Runaway Country layout - artist rendering
Proposed Runaway Country layout for Osceola Heritage Park

Runaway Country founder and Executive Producer, Gary McCann stated in the press announcement, “The new festival site at OHP is just a short drive from our previous location. Music fans, vendors and sponsors will enjoy a larger concert bowl, air conditioned restrooms, shaded food courts, new facilities to host the Outer Limits and My Apartment party zones, more campsites, easy access parking and more activities throughout the weekend.”

The 2016 edition will be the event’s sixth year, and will take place March 18-20. Current reserved seating and campsite ticket holders will receive renewal notices for the 2016 event within the next couple of weeks. Tickets are expected to go on sale in early June.

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