The loudest month in the world is coming!
After a fallout between AEG and DWP in 2018 many festivals were scrapped as new festivals appeared.
The inaugural run had a rough start this year between new venues, names, and dates as the kinks are currently being worked out for 2020.
Save the dates for three of the most massive festivals in the United States have been announced as one of the three will be re-locating all together.
Starting off this month long series of events will be the newly named Epicenter in Rockingham, North Carolina. Moved from its mid May spot this year, it will be the first show happening May 1st, 2nd & 3rd.
To stay up to date visit the official website.
Welcome To Rockville
The following weekend, Welcome To Rockville will celebrate its 10th year at its new home in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Relocating from Metropolitan Park in beautiful downtown Jacksonville, Florida Welcome To Rockville will now find new digs at the Daytona International Speedway.
Taking place May 8th, 9th & 10th, 2020, Danny Wimmer promises to continue what he started in his hometown and hopes that fans will trust in his judgement and move with him to Daytona Beach.
While I personally loved the city of Jacksonville, I found the capacity the city had for out of town visitors lacking. Nowhere near enough hotels for the 90,000+ fans that converged on then city this past May, every town within an hour had “Rockers” staying in it.
With hopes of growing the festival to bigger proportions, the move to such a monstrous venue makes sense.
To stay up to date on Welcome to Rockville visit its official website.
Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival
After surviving heavy winds, and torrential rain in 2019, Sonic Temple returns in 2020!
Taking place May 16th, 17th & 18th, 2020 the second annual Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival invites fans to return to the “Temple” in a new post on social medias.
With no other information provided, fans will have to keep a look out for more information as it is release.
Stay up to date at the official website.