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Shambhala 2020 lineup includes Seven Lions, RL Grime, deadmau5 as testpilot

Pagoda Stage Shambhala 2019
Pagoda Stage, Shambhala 2019 (Credit: Banana Cam Photo)

While we still have a few months until the 2020 iteration of Shambhala Music Festival takes place, we now know which artists will be joining us at The Farm this summer.

That list includes the likes of Subtronics, RL Grime, What So Not, and Malaa. Following his recent debut album release, we’re also excited to catch Ekali as a major headliner for the festival. Other major artists playing Shambhala include Rezz, Slander, BTSM, Sub Focus, and deadmau5 performing under his side project moniker, testpilot.

This year’s lineup features some northwest favorites, like B.C. native Whipped Cream. As a rising artist to watch, we can’t wait to catch her set. Another Washington native in Seven Lions, takes the stage this summer as a major headliner.

With a history of diverse and eye-catching lineups, Shambhala 2020 lives up to the high standard set by the groups of artists and acts who’ve performed at the legendary festival for decades. We have no shortage of love for Shambhala, and lineups like this are a reason why.

Following a precedent of pulling together diverse acts, this year is no exception. Masego and Wajatta are bringing some more funk-inspired sets to the lineup, and Tycho is a stellar downtempo complement to the festival.

We’ll have to wait to see which stages, and what times, these artists are performing. Set-time conflicts are common at major festivals like Shambhala, and with this lineup, we can see that being the case yet again. While we game plan our “can’t miss” sets for this year, we’ll be enjoying our favorite live-sets from 2019.

Get your tickets to The Farm here, before it’s too late. Now that the lineup has been announced, the remaining ticket packages are sure to go quick. Let us know who you’re most excited to see at Shambhala 2020, and which stages you’ll be spending the most time at this summer! Comment below, on Facebook, or reply on Twitter!

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