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THE ORIGINAL OKEECHOBEE MUDFEST IS BACK: Presented by MUD LIFE MAGAZINE


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ITS BACK!!!! THE ONE AND ONLY MUDFEST IS BACK.....

Core Promotions, the original Mudfest Staff and Mud Life Magazine are working together to bring back The One, The Only, Okeechobee MUDFEST!!

Feb 18th, 19th and 20th, are the dates for the event, so mark your calendars.

Mud Life Magazine is promoting the event and we will be releasing all ticket, VIP ticket,

times, info and date information in the coming weeks.

Visit the website at THEMUDFEST.COM

SEE YOU IN THE MUD!!

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