The Grammy Award-winning rock act Cage the Elephant has joined Sweetwater 420 Fest at Centennial Olympic Park as 2020 headliners while Gary Clark, Jr. was dropped from the lineup due to scheduling conflicts.
The three-day festival returns to the Park on April 24-26, featuring three stages of live entertainment spanning genres from jam rock to Americana to reggae, EDM, and alt-rock, as well as stand-up comedians.
“420 Fest will continue its eco-friendly focus with waste diversion, compost creation, Planet 420 environmental village, charitable donations
Notable acts also added to the bill today include The Revivalists (“Wish I Knew You” and “All My Friends”) and legendary reggae outfit Toots & the Maytals. The lineup also includes Futurebirds, Lettuce, Tank and The Bangas, Twiddle, Collie Buddz, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Doom Flamingo, Marco Benevento, Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, Andy Frasco & The UN, Ruby Belle & The Soulphonics, Aqueous, Liz Cooper & The Stampede, Iya Terra, Illiterate Light, Jessy Wilson, Ayla Nereo, Neal Francis, AFTM, Juice, Pip The Pansy, The Ries Brothers, The North 41, Migrant Worker, KrisB’s Midnight Railroad, Schema, Kendall Street Company and Three Star Revival.
More acts will be announced in January.
Check out more on the lineup here.
Three-day general admission tickets start at $139 and 3-day VIP ticketing has a base price of $403. For more ticketing info, click here.
Cage the Elephant, which has scored a string of modern rock hits such as “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” and “Come a Little Closer,” is no stranger to the Park, having performed at the 420 Fest in 2015, and also the 2017 Shaky Knees Festival.
It’s also not the first 420 Fest for Anastasio (pictured above), who performed two sets at the 2017 festival. Claypool has 420 Fest experience, too, performing this year with The Lennon Claypool Delerium and with Primus in 2015.