NewsDecember 2, 2019 10:05 AM ET5,843 views

Sonic Temple Festival 2020 lineup announced

Sonic Temple Music Festival lineup Independent U.S. music festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents has announced the line-up for the second annual Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival, which returns to MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio on Friday, May 15, Saturday, May 16 and Sunday, May 17, 2020. As previously announced, Metallica will exclusively headline all five Danny Wimmer Presents hard rock festivals in 2020, including Sonic Temple. In addition to Metallica, who will perform two different sets (Friday, May 15 and Sunday, May 17), Slipknot will headline Saturday, May 16. The roster also includes Deftones, Bring Me The Horizon, Testament, Suicidal Tendencies, Knocked Loose, Code Orange, and Power Trip. The three-day destination festival will feature three music stages, food and beverage selections and enhanced on-site experiences including a vast array of live art and installations. The confirmed lineup of artists includes Nychos, Butch Locsin, Michael Reeder, Jason Naylor, Palehorse, Angryblue, Garageland, Urban Aztec, Brian Ewing, Paul Rentler, Omnigraphicon, Mad Pixel, Joe King and Taylor Springle, with more to be announced. The current music lineup for Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival 2020 is as follows: Metallica Slipknot Deftones Bring Me The Horizon Evanescence Staind Sublime With Rome Rancid Dropkick Murphys Cypress Hill Pennywise Royal Blood The Pretty Reckless Alter Bridge Anthrax Flatbush Zombies Pop Evil Hellyeah Ghostemane Suicidal Tendencies Testament Dance Gavin Dance Ice Nine Kills Sleeping With Sirens The Darkness Knocked Loose Code Orange Power Trip Saint Asonia Dirty Honey Jinjer City Morgue Bones UK Airbourne Fire From The Gods Dinosaur Pile-Up Des Rocs Counterfeit. Crobot Cherry Bombs DED Goodbye June Brutus 3Teeth Brkn Love Killstation Brass Against Crown Lands Ego Kill Talent Dregg Bloodywood Zero 9:36

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