Festivals Kendrick Lamar to headline WOO HAH! Festival
He’ll be heading out to Beekse Bergen in The Netherlands next year!
Following last year’s festival that saw the likes of Octavian, Stormzy, Travis Scott and BROCKHAMPTON take to the Dutch festival stage, WOO HAH! have just unveiled the first wave of their 2020 artists.
With Kendrick Lamar set to headline, the European Festival will take place on 10th - 12th July, so those who’ve place their bets on him popping up at Worthy Farm might still be in with a chance for a pay out.
The other acts confirmed to head to Beekse Bergen in The Netherlands are Dababy, Ski Mask The Slump God, A$AP Ferg, Aitch, Lil Tecca, Lil Keed, Earthgang, Ashafar, HO99O9, Cho, Santi, Tiffany Calver, Rimon, Zwangere Guy, Ares, Mensa and Gotu Jim.
Tickets will be available on Saturday 7th December at 09:00 GMT. More information can be found at woohahfestival.com.
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