Burning Man is suing the U.S. federal government.
Organisers of the event, which is held annually at Black Rock City in Nevada, have launched a federal lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) demanding that the goverment honor its appeals process in relation to costs that it imposes at the event. It equates to a total of $18 million in permit costs levied against the festival since 2015.
Disclosure have been confirmed to perform their only UK live show of 2020 at London's Lovebox festival.
Following the announcement that Tyler, The Creator will be one of the headliners performing at the Gunnersbury Park festival, Lovebox has revealed more acts joining the mainstage, including UK electronic duo, Disclosure.
SOPHIE, Mala and British Murder Boys are among the first names announced to play RE—TEXTURED 2020.
Exploring the relationship between modern and industrial architecture, experimental music and visual arts in London, the festival's second annual outing will return across venues including BFI, Tobacco Dock, Southbank Centre, Oval Space, E1 London and Village Underground between 2nd-5th April.
Junction 2 has revealed more names joining the festival's 2020 line-up.
Last year saw the South London festival expand into two days, with the addition of Friday boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up, while Saturday maintained its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game. After announcing the likes of Amelie Lens, Ben Klock, Honey Dijon and Four Tet, the second wave of names have been revealed.
Glastonbury will introduce a new campsite in 2020.
After the greenest Glastonbury on record in 2019, when 99.3% of all tents taken to Worthy Farm were removed from the site by campers, the festival have introduced The Sticklinch campsite for 2020's edition.
SOPHIE and Jlin are the latest additions to the lineup for the New York edition of Unsound on 23rd November.
Unsound New York will take place on 22nd November with a free opening concert at St Peter's Church, Chelsea, and then the full event on 23rd November at Knockdown Centre.
The new additions come after the news that Amnesia Scanner have had to pull out of their scheduled performance.
The Knockdown Centre show will run from 8pm to 2am and you can see the full lineup below:
Junction 2 has announced the first acts joining the festival for its 2020 edition.
Last year saw the South London festival expand into two days, with the addition of Friday boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up, while Saturday maintained its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game. After welcoming the likes of J2 mainstay Adam Beyer, Bicep, Joseph Capriati, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Peach and a host of other acts across the weekender, the London festival has revealed the first names for 2020.
At the end of September, Portugal’s port town of Portimão in the Algarve becomes a house and techno destination, both for locals and global travellers. What started as a gathering of industry professionals is now BPM - a four-day-and-night party, which takes place in multiple venues from the shores of the town's beaches to the bustling strip.
There will be a Winter festival hosted by Anjunabeats label next year.
The news came via the Anjunafamily Facebook group, with a post simply asking "Do you ski? Do you snowboard? Do you like trance and progressive music? Do you like the thought of being around like-minded people in a pristine alpine environment? Can you be in Europe at the end of March 2020?"
Although further details are yet to be announced, the festival will take place from 28th March - 4th April 2020, and will be the first Anjunabeats Winter festival of its kind.