Beale Street Music Festival Drops Full 2020 Lineup
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Now in its 43rd year, the Beale Street Music Festival continues to attract fans from all over the country to the lovely Tom Lee Park in downtown Memphis, TN. This time around, the Beale Street Music Festival is set to take place from May 1-3.
“While the 2020 Beale Street Music Festival not only brings back to Tom Lee Park popular acts such as Weezer, the Smashing Pumpkins, The Avett Brothers, and Deftones, we’re bringing new acts who are making their festival debut in 2020,” shared festival organizer and CEO of Memphis in May James L. Holt. He shared that new acts include artists “such as The Lumineers, Lil Wayne, The 1975, DaBaby, and Leon Bridges.”
The 25-acre park stretches along the mighty Mississippi, so the festival combines fantastic music with spectacular views. But why is it called Beale Street festival, you ask? Simple, it’s held at the end of historic Beale Street, a street known for its blues clubs and restaurants, and one of the major tourist attractions of Memphis. While headliners and additional performers have been announced, the full lineup will drop in early February.
Tickets to the festival are on sale now. Check out the full list of eclectic artists below, along with dates, venue info, and where to get tickets.
Beale Street Music Festival Tickets
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Beale Street Music Festival Dates & Location 2020
May 1-3 @ Tom Lee Park in Memphis, TN
Beale Street Music Festival 2020 Lineup
Of Monsters and Men
The Glorious Sons
Waka Flocka Flame
The Avett Brothers
Three 6 Mafia
Portugal. The Man
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Louis The Child
Toad The Wet Sprocket
Don Bryant & the Bo-Keys
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
Blind Mississippi Morris
Earl the Pearl Banks
Kings and Associates