Not all weekend events in South Florida were duds (hello: Floatopia).
The Tortuga Music Festival, which ran Friday through Sunday at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, was a rousing success.
Nearly 90,000 souls came out to hear performances from the likes of country stars Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton and Sam Hunt (House Party).
According to a release, this year (its fourth), Tortuga attracted fans from 47 states and 16 countries, including golf pro Rickie Fowler, who jumped on stage with Bentley and according to a few audience members chugged a beverage.
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We can understand the large turnout — with all the cowboy hats, tight T-shirts, and biceps bulging over their guitars. Yeehaw is right.
Meanwhile, Shelton’s girlfriend Gwen Stefani was nowhere to be seen in the crowd. The singer/mother of three is a busy woman, though, just announcing on Twitter a tour with Eve —whom Stefani collaborated with 2001’s Let Me Blow Ya Mind and 2004’s Rich Girl.
The No Doubt frontwoman, who will sing her new single Misery on The Voice Tuesday night, will hit the Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre July 27.
This music scene is getting a little too six degrees of separation: Her ex, Gavin Rossdale, comes to The Fillmore with his band Bush on April 22.
It’s all good. The ex couple recently reached a divorce settlement, according to UsWeekly.
Rossdale apparently agreed to an unequal split of earned assets; they share 50-50 custody of the kids.