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PNW hits keep coming as Summer Meltdown drops a stacked 2020 lineup

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Festival season is already heating up with huge announcements and never before seen lineups. Amidst the madness comes the 20th installation of Summer Meltdown, taking over Darrington Music Park.

Summer Meltdown is one of Washington’s largest annual multi-genre music festivals. Party-goers will spend three days in beautiful mountain views, participate in workshops and experience art installations and more.

The 2020 iteration of the festival will feature a melt worthy lineup of headliners. Electronic music fans should rejoice for huge headliners like Griz, Big Wild, Jai Wolf, and Opiuo will be in attendance. This lineup isn’t slacking on variety either, with notable bands such as Greensky Bluegrass, The Disco Biscuits, and Galactic featuring Anjelika Jelly Joseph joining in on the fun.

One of the best aspects of Summer Meltdown is their ability to blend multiple genres into a flawless weekend. Featuring four unique stages in total, attendees get to experience multiple artists and genres spread out over the weekend. Summer Meltdown’s Main Stage and Cabin stage will host the festival’s headliners, alternating so no one misses a set! Follow the beat into the woodlands to the Forest Stage, and the night owls will find a dance haven at the Late Night Tent. With no set time conflicts to worry about Summer Meltdown’s vibe is a must attend for this festival season.

Check out their full lineup below! Tickets are available here.

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