Balaton Sound announces second wave of acts for 2020
Posted by Mia Balogh · Feb 13, 2020

Organizers of Europe’s biggest beach festival announced some new names for the summer event: Steve Aoki, Dj Snake, Paul van Dyk, Lost Frequencies and Banks are also on their list.

If we say summer, you say Lake Balaton, and if you say Lake Balaton, then you might think of Balaton Sound. If you are a fan of this well-known festival, you might already know that in 2020, it will be organized between 8 and 12 July in Zamárdi.

The organizers have already announced the first wave of acts a couple of weeks ago and now here comes the second wave with big names like Dj Snake, Steve Aoki, Lost Frequencies, Banks, Dillon Francis and Paul van Dyk.

Carnage, Patrick Topping, Reinier Zonneveld, Archie Hamilton, Rodriguez Jr., Jan Blomqvist & Band, a Moksi, Mind Against, SayMyName, Pan-Pot duó and JPEGMAFIA are also set to perform at Europe’s biggest beach festival.

Besides the highly anticipated performers from abroad, some of the most popular Hungarian musicians and bands will be also here like Wellhello, Majka&Curtis or Halott Pénz (their name means “dead money”).

The festival’s organizers have announced earlier that Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Kygo, Don Diablo, Robin Schulz, Danny Tenaglia and Deborah De Luca will also perform in Zamárdi the next summer and we can expect some more names to be announced in the upcoming weeks.

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