Pinkpop 2020 announces Bishop Briggs and more

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Foto: Bart Heemskerk (Pinkpop 2018)

Another wave of names for Pinkpop festival 2020 is in! The festival announces Bishop Briggs, The Kik Met Orkest, and more. In total, nine new names join the line-up of the Dutch festival. Pinkpop 2020 takes place from 19 to 21 July 2020.

In 51 editions, Pinkpop got us surprised more than once. This year, Ellie Goulding, Marshmello, Post Malone and Twenty Øne Pilots are some of the numerous artists that are coming to the festival. With this new announcement, nine new names join them.

  • Bishop Briggs
  • The Kik Met Orkest
  • Ares
  • Maisie Peters
  • Sea Girls
  • Saint PHNX
  • NONA
  • Ten Times a Million
  • The Big Moon
  • Velvet Volume

Here is the official Facebook announcement:

Negen nieuwe namen voor Pinkpop 2020: Bishop Briggs, Ares, Maisie Peters, SEA GIRLS, SAINT PHNX, Nona, Ten Times A…

Geplaatst door Pinkpop Festival op Dinsdag 3 maart 2020

It looks like this new edition of Pinkpop is gonna be wonderful with another eclectic line-up. In three days, the city of Landgraaf in The Netherland will receive artists like Guns N Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Volbeat, 5SOS or Rag N Bone Man.

Bishop Briggs

Sarah Grace McLaughlin better known as Bishop Briggs is a British musician born in London. Her stage name was inspired by her parents’ hometown Bishopbriggs. After graduating in Honk Kong she moved to Los Angeles and attended college at Musicians Institute. Her first single ‘Wild Horses’ was released in 2015 at reached the top 30 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. In April 2018 Briggs released her debut album Church of Scars. Her second studio album Champion was released in November 2019 and featured songs like ‘Jekyll & Hide’ and ‘Champion’.

Pinkpop 2020

Pinkpop was organized for the first time in 1970, making it one of the oldest annual music festivals in the world. The Dutch festival often boasts impressive line-ups. In the past decade, headliners included Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Metallica, Muse, Paul McCartney, and The Rolling Stones. Pinkpop covers a variety of music genres from indie, rock, and metal to pop, hip hop, and dance.