First wave of acts announced for Balaton Sound 2020
Posted by Mia Balogh · Dec 31, 2019

Organizers of Balaton Sound Festival have recently announced some of the big names from next year’s schedule – check it out now.

If you are a festival fan and/or you like electronic music, you must have heard about Balaton Sound Festival. This is one of the biggest open air electronic music festivals in Europe, a sister festival of Sziget (5th biggest in the world).

Located in Zamárdi, at Lake Balaton, we must say that even the location is quite unique – every year, thousands of festivalgoers enjoy the atmosphere and of course the shows of the most well-known names in the electronic music industry.

The organizers have recently announced the first wave of acts for next year, including Martin Garrix, Kygo, Matoma, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Zhu.

Further acts will be announced in the following months (or maybe in the upcoming weeks) but we think that the line-up seems to be quite inviting already. ;)

8 July

MARTIN GARRIX (Main Stage)

DON DIABLO (Main Stage)

MATOMA (Main Stage)

LOCO DICE (Elrow)

JULIAN JEWEIL (The Club)

9 July

DIMITRI VEGAS & LIKE MIKE (Main Stage)

JONAS BLUE (Main Stage)

DEBORAH DE LUCA (Dreher Arena)

MEDUZA (Elrow)

10 July

KYGO (Main Stage)

SALVATORE GANACCI (Dreher Arena)

MODESTEP live (Dreher Arena)

ILARIO ALICANTE (Elrow)

11 July

ROBIN SCHULZ (Main Stage)

DANNY TENAGLIA (Elrow)

VINI VICI (Dreher Arena)

SIGALA (Main Stage)

BLASTOYZ (Dreher Arena)

12 July

JAX JONES live (Main Stage)

ZHU (Dreher Aréna)

HERNAN CATTANEO b2b NICK WARREN (The Club)

LOUD LUXURY (Main Stage)

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