BUKU Music + Art Project will officially return to New Orleans, Louisiana on March 20th-21st, 2020. The festival's organizers have stoked fan interest in the next edition of the event by sharing a lineup including some of EDM's hottest names.
Future bass is well represented, with Flume, Illenium and Alison Wonderland among the names topping the flyer. Heavy dubstep mainstays like Subtronics, Space Jesus and SVDDEN DEATH accompany them, and techno/house acts like i_o and Eli & Fur are thrown in for good measure. Outside of electronic music, a talent pool diverse enough to include Tyler, The Creator as well as Taking Back Sunday adds to the 2020 event's draw.
BUKU has taken place annually since 2012 and showcased talent such as Bassnectar, Major Lazer and Rezz as well as artists across the pop, rock and hip-hop spectrum. This year's lineup included such headliners as A$AP Rocky, Lana Del Rey, Excision and Dog Blood.
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For more information on BUKU Music + Art Project's 2020 edition, visit the event website.
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