If you have followed along with us, you probably already know how much we enjoyed SandJam Music Festival in 2019. If not, you should definitely scope out our longer post recapping the experience. This was hands down one of my absolute favorite festival experiences last year and I was all in for 2020 well before the lineup dropped earlier this week.
Before moving on to the lineup, I just want to cover a few things quickly that make SandJam such an awesome experience and probably one of my most recommended festivals from last year. Seriously, one of the fun things about the blog and going to so many festivals is that people are often asking for festival recommendations. Since we do this for fun not profit – we can be honest. And honestly, SandJam has been the festival I have told the most people about. Why?
- The fest takes place in gorgeous Panama City Beach, Florida. Right. On. The. Beach. You can take your shoes off and listen to music on the sand next to the water.
- The setup is fantastic. Great food. An older demographic and tons of fun festival activations.
- The festival boasts two stages, with alternating sets on opposite ends of the festival beach area. That means there are no conflicts between bands, and you don’t have to miss a set. All you have to do is take a very short walk to the other stage without ever leaving the beach.
Again, if you want to read more about our experience in 2019, check out our recap post or feel free to hit us up with questions. Now onto the lineup.
Holy Moly People!!! This is a fantastic lineup. If you couldn’t tell, SandJam is a very carefully curated Indie Rock/Rock fest. And 2020 is no different. The headliners (especially one of our personal faves Weezer) are pretty awesome. But the undercard is also full of some fantastic bands, including two of our festival faves – lovelytheband and Devon Gilfillian. Strongly recommend you also check out: The Struts, AJR, Judah & The Lion and Sir Sly.
We will definitely be back soon with more information and hope to see a ton of familiar faces in PCB early next year.
Tickets are on sale now at www.SandJamFest.com. Seriously! Don’t miss this one.