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Melt! Festival 2020 | Melt Festival Site Ferropolis  | Fri 17th July 2020 Lineup

Melt! Festival 2020

Melt Festival Site in Ferropolis

Friday 17th July 2020

12:00pm til 4:00am

Minimum Age: 18

A flickering sea of lights, pulsating beats and beaming faces as far as the eye can see

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Melt! Festival 2020 on Friday 17th July 2020

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A flickering sea of lights, pulsating beats and beaming faces as far as the eye can see – the City of Iron awakes again. Three days of pure musical euphoria lie ahead of us in July. Hot newcomers and international heroes grace the stages below the breathtaking coal mining diggers of days gone by, hosting debaucherous gigs and parties breaking the boundaries between quiet and loud, indie and electro, mainstream and subculture.

2020 line up announced so far...


Alli Neumann

Alyona Alyona

Ama Lou


Bicep Live

Boy Harsher

Burna Boy

Channel Tres


Ellen Allien

Fatima Yamaha

Floating Points Live


Franc Moody


Jayda G

Job Jobse



Little Simz

Marcel Dettmann B2b Dj Stingray

Mashrou’ Leila

Michael Kiwanuka

Mount Kimbie Dj

Nina Kraviz B2b Helena Hauff


Paula Temple

Polo & Pan


Róisín Murphy

Rüfüs Du Sol

Skee Mask B2b Stenny B2b Zenker Brothers


Two Feet


Festivals Guide: 

This event is part of our Festivals 2020 guide

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Electro, Electronic, House, Techno

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