Buku Music and Art Festival Releases 2020 Daily Schedule

Hey hawklings, we’re back from the nest to bring you wonderful news. Buku Music and Art Festival has dropped its DAILY LINEUPS. The highly regarded festival is known for its scenic venue and incredible stage production. On top of that, Buku blew us away in December with one of the hottest lineups of the 2020 festival season. This year, headliners include Tyler the Creator, Flume, and Illenium, to Zeds Dead, Flatbush Zombies, Glass Animals, and so much more. The list can literally keep going. Buku will be taking place on March 20th and 21st in New Orleans. And now, we know exactly who plays on which day. 

See the Buku daily schedule here!

Friday, March 20

With big names like Alison Wonderland, Flume, Chris Lake, and $uicideBoys, I can assure you that Friday will be a frenetic frenzy of running between stages. One of the main things Buku is known for is booking a wide variety of genres for their attendees. This also means that all different types of fans are partaking in the grooving and moving. So, with that being said, don’t forget to get there with ample time to get through security! 

Highlights of Friday for me are: the Trifinity (Yheti x Toadface x Mt. Analogue), Blanke b2b Lick, i_o, Mija (live), Mr. Carmack, Svdden Death: VOYD, Troyboi, Space Jesus, Taking Back Sunday, Chris Lake, Alison Wonderland, Flume (maybe b2b Lizzo), and Glass Animals. (Who is making their comeback after their drummer, Joe Seaward, suffered a terrible motorcycle crash in 2018. Can I get a woohoo in the chat for Joe?)

Saturday, March 21

This day is a complete and total homerun of a schedule. I will note that when daily lineups come out, my first thought is “YAY,” before my second thought of, “Okay, who am I going to have to mitigate a schedule conflict with?”

Saturday is stuffed full of big boy artists such as Zeds Dead, Illenium, Tyler the Creator, Kayzo, and Gramatik. Not only are there huge headliners this day, but the undercard is double-stacked more than a well-functioning Wendy’s. The late additions of Calcium b2b Kompany and Lucii show just how in tune this festival is with its community. 

Highlights of Saturday for me: Tvboo, Kompany b2b Calcium, LSDream, Lucii, CloZee, Dance Gavin Dance, Gramatik, Subtronics, Kayzo: Unleashed, Zeds Dead, Illenium, and Tyler the Creator. And whatever you do, do not miss Trigem b2b MeSo.

The Buku Project really did stunt on some of the other festival lineups this year and they continue to do so with this well planned daily lineup. Now, we wait patiently and try on our fits until Buku rolls around in March.

Until next time,
TonyatFilth

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