Outkast en route to Tampa for inaugural Big Guava Music Festival

In part of their much-anticipated reunion tour, Outkast — Big Boi and André 300 — are making their way to the inaugural Big Guava Festival in Tampa as part of their 40-tour stop tour schedule.

The three-day festival — which will be held at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds — will also feature rock bands Vampire Weekend and Foster the people as headliners, each on their own respective nights.

The four-stage festival presented by Live Nation Florida features more than 40 artist and runs Friday, May 2 through Sunday, May 4.

Already scheduled to perform at Big Guava: Chance the Rapper,Sleigh Bells, Earl Sweatshirt, Twenty One Pilots, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience, Walk The Moon, Blue October, Band Of Skulls, ZZ Ward, MS MR, Timeflies, Hoodie Allen, American Authors, Deap Vally, St. Lucia, Smallpools, Bear Hands, Morning Parade, Kitten, Magic Man, Jacuzzi Boys, Gringo Star, Unlikely Candidates, Vic Mensa, Terraplane Sun, Jessica Hernandez And The Deltas, Fly Union, and more to be announced soon.

Single-day admission tickets are $65 for general admission or $175 for Super Guava VIP passes. The three-day general admission ticket are on sale now for $165 and the Super Guava VIP three-day ticket is $499. All tickets include parking and unlimited rides, while the Super Guava VIP package also includes: premium reserved seat in Amphitheatre; preferred viewing areas for all other stages; access to two-Super Guava Lounges with specialty food and complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and limited samplings of signature beer and wine; commemorative Super Guava laminate. General admission seats available on first come, first served basis —those who are seeking to be close to stage should most likely plan to arrive early.

To purchase tickets you can visit LiveNation.com, all TicketMaster outlets or charge-by-phone at (800) 745-3000.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will host a special Big Guava Kick-off Concert on May, 1. Separate tickets are required for admission.

Be sure to check back for updates, interviews with the performers, and what sets not to miss.

(Taken from Feb. 19 issue)