Every year, millions of music-lovers converge at festivals around the country to share in their love for their favorite artists and bands. The height of the music festival season starts around late spring and goes through the summer, but some venues have already released their 2020 lineups. Here are a few festivals worth checking out.  

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One Love Reggae Fest – Long Beach, CA

One Love Cali Reggae Fest is a three-day festival that will take place Friday, February 7, 2020 – Sunday, February 9, 2020, at Queen Mary Park in Long Beach, CA. They recently announced the 2020 lineup which includes Damien “Jr. Gong” Marley, Dirty Heads, Soja, and many others. All ages are welcome to attend this festival.

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SXSW – Austin, TX

The SXSW Music Festival, taking place March 13 – 22 in Austin, TX, has just announced its 2020 lineup. New, developing, and established Showcasing Artists from 60+ countries are represented each year amongst the 2,000 official performers looking to enhance their careers by reaching new audiences. The festival is always a vibrant celebration of the arts.  

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Ultra Music Festival – Miami, FL

Phase one of the Ultra Music Festival lineup has been announced. For those who like partying to the EDM sounds of artists like Major Lazor, Afrojack, and Zedd, you should check out the full lineup and consider booking your tickets soon before this festival sells out.

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Shaky Knees – Atlanta, GA

Artists like The Black Keys and Brittany Howard are slated to perform at the Shaky Knees Festival May 1 – 3 at Atlanta’s Central Park. With more than 60 bands each year Shaky Knees has featured a diverse lineup ranging from world-renowned acts to up-and-coming artists. The festival is also known for its southern BBQ food trucks, festival merchandise, photo booths, and custom screen prints of your favorite bands.

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