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Awakenings Announces 20th Anniversary Lineup

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Known as the worlds largest outdoor techno festival, Awakenings will celebrate its 20th anniversary this June with an all-star lineup.

Boasting the biggest and best in the world of techno, Awakenings 2020 will offer more live acts than ever before as well as exclusive performances. From June 27-28, Awakenings is set to offer its biggest curated lineup of techno with shades of dark, fancy, progressive and groove all present in the overwhelming 2020 lineup.

Familiar acts like Carl Cox, Richie Hawton, ANNA, Adam Beyer and Kölsch all return among a sea of a-grade headliners. Awakenings will also host a string of live performances from Function, Stephan Bodzin, Reinier Zonneveld and ONYVAA to name a few.

Tickets to Awakenings 2020 are now on sale – secure your tickets here.

Awakenings 2020 – Lineup By Artist:

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Abstract Division
Adam Beyer
Amelie Lens
Anastasia Kristensen
AnD
Ann Clue
ANNA
Antigone
Archie Hamilton
ARTBAT
Avalon Emerson
Bart Skils
BEC
Ben Klock
Bjarki
Boris Brejcha
Boris Werner
Carl Cox
Charlotte de Witte
Chris Liebing
Chris Stussy
Dax J
De Sluwe Vos
Deniro
Derrick May
Dimitri
DJ Nobu
DR. RUBINSTEIN
DVS1
Ellen Allien
Enrico Sangiuliano
Fadi Mohem
Farrago
Ferro
FJAAK
Francois X
Function (Live)
Helena Hauff
I Hate Models
Ida Engberg
Ilario Alicante
Jeff Mills
Joris Voorn
Joseph Capriati
Joyhauser
Juan Sanchez
Kevin de Vries
Kevin Saunderson
Kobosil
Kölsch
La Fleur
Len Faki
Loco Dice
Lövestad (Live)
Luigi Madonna
Maceo Plex
Mathame
Melon
Mirella Kroes
Monika Kruse
Nastia
Newa
ONYVAA (Live)
Pan-Pot
Park Hye Jin
Perc
Planetary Assault Systems (Live)
Raxon
Rebekah
Red Axes
Regal
Reinier Zonneveld (Live)
Remy
Ricardo Villalobos
Richie Hawtin
Robert Hood (Live)
Roberto Capuano
Sam Paganini
SAMA’
Sanja
SHDW | Obscure Shape (Live)
Shlømo
Sonja Moonear
Speedy J
Stephan Bodzin (Live)
Stranger
Surgeon
Tale Of Us
Titia
Ultrastation
Under Black Helmet
VNTM (Live)
Vril (Live)
VTSS
William Djoko
Yuada

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