We already know which bands are playing the second annual Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival in Columbus, Ohio early next summer. Now we know which bands are playing which day, in case you could only swing of the days in May.

As previously announced, Metallica will exclusively headline all five of Danny Wimmer Presents’ hard rock festivals in 2020. Epicenter will be the first on May 1 and May 3. Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival at MAPFRE Stadium will be the second on May 15 and May 17.

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A limited number of Single Day Stadium and Field General Admission passes and VIP passes are on sale here. So, if you can't snag a full weekend pass and needed to know which day you should come to catch your favorite bands, ow you'll know. A list of which bands play on what days is below.

Friday, May 15: Metallica, Bring Me The Horizon, Royal Blood, Sublime With Rome, Flatbush Zombies, Anthrax, Ghostemane, Hellyeah, Sleeping With Sirens, Testament, Power Trip, Dirty Honey, Jinjer, Bones UK, Goodbye June, Ego Kill Talent, Dregg and more

Saturday, May 16: Slipknot, Evanescence, Staind, Cypress Hill, Alter Bridge, Pennywise, Ice Nine Kills, Knocked Loose, The Darkness, Saint Asonia, Fire From The Gods, The Cherry Bombs, City Morgue, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Airbourne, DED, 3Teeth, Brkn Love, Bloodywood

Sunday, May 17: Metallica, Deftones, The Pretty Reckless, Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, Pop Evil, Suicidal Tendencies, Dance Gavin Dance, Code Orange, Des Rocs, ??? ??, Brutus, Crobot, Counterfeit., Killstation, Brass Against, Crown Lands, Zero 9:36

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.

What day would you most like to go to the Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival? Let us know in the comments below.

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