Sonic Temple 2020 lineup has Slipknot, BMTH, more joining Metallica
The second annual Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival will return to Columbus, Ohio early next summer. The three-day music festival features an enormous array of top rock groups performing on three different stages.
The rock festival lineup also includes Deftones, Bring Me The Horizon, Dance Gavin Dance, Staind, Sublime With Rome, Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, Sleeping With Sirens and many more.
Aside from music, the festival will also offer a variety of food and beverage selections as well as live art.
The lineup of artists will be Nychos, Butch Locsin, Michael Reeder, Jason Naylor, Palehorse, Angryblue, Garageland, Urban Aztec, Brian Ewing, Paul Rentler, Omnigraphicon, Mad Pixel, Joe King, Taylor Springle with more to be announced.
The second annual Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival will run May 15, 16 and 17.
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General admission, military general admission, VIP tickets, parking passes and RV passes are available for purchase now. Camping passes are sold out, but attendees can get fan hotel rates here.
The current lineup for the Sonic Temple Festival is available below. They will reveal the act represented by question marks at a later date.
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 Bomb, DED, Goodbye June, Brutus, 3Teeth, Brkn Love, Killstation, Brass Against, Crown Lands, Ego Kill Talent, Dregg, Bloodywood, Zero 9:36 and more.
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