For directions to the festival using Google Maps click here.
Traveling to the Festival on the weekend or are looking for an alternate route?
From the West:
Take Highway 60 through Brandon and head east to Highway 39.
At the intersection of Highway 60 and Highway 39 turn left and take Highway 39 (James L. Redman Pkwy) north to Alexander Street.
At Alexander Street and Highway 39 (James L. Redman Pkwy) turn left.
Take Alexander to Reynolds and turn left at the intersection of Alexander and Reynolds.
Once you turn on Reynolds, look for parking to the north or south of the Festival Grounds.
The grounds are just up the road as you head East on Reynolds.
You may enter at Gate 5 or 10 located on the South side of the Festival Grounds.
From the East:
Take Highway 60 through Mulberry and head West to Highway 39.
At the intersection of Highway 60 and Highway 39 turn right and take Highway 39 (James L. Redman Pkwy) north to Alexander Street. Follow the same route as if you were coming from the West outlined above.
From the South:
Look for routes that will take you to Highway 60 located south of the Festival grounds.
Once you are on Highway 60, proceed and follow the directions above that indicate if you are traveling east to west or west to east.
The directions will be the same once you get on Highway 60 and make your way to the Festival.
From the North:
Look for routes that take you to Highway 39 (Paul Buchman Highway) into Plant City.
Paul Buchman Highway will turn into Wheeler Street.
Proceed South on Wheeler Street through town and then take a right on Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd. heading West.
Once you get to Alexander Street take a right and proceed to Reynolds.
Take a left on Reynolds and head west to the Festival grounds on your right.
Look for routes that take you to Alexander Street into Plant City.
Alexander Street splits with Paul Buchman Highway north of the city,
proceed South on Alexander and look for Reynolds Street as you enter town.
Take a right on Reynolds and there is parking throughout the area located just south of the Festival Grounds.