2020: The Year of Live Music

Livin’ live in 2020.

Calling it now: 2020 is The Year of Live Music in my small corner of the world.

I ended 2019 by seeing a pretty transcendent performance by BADBADNOTGOOD (a bucket list show for me).

This is what is on deck for 2020 so far:

1. Budos Band (unfortunately missing due to Japan)

I am so bummed to be missing this show, but I have four tickets if anyone would like them.

2. TBD concert in Japan (if anyone has leads on shows and/or venues to check out in Japan, holla)

3. Hinterland Festival

Honestly, this. Fucking. Line-up. Wow. And, camping. 🙂

Hinterland_2020_Lineup_Poster

4. TBD Faith No More (a bucket list show)

A little offended they have Faith No More as a bit of an opener for Korn, but this means I can go home and go to bed early.

5. Rammstein (lol)

This is 21 years in the making, and I can’t believe we are doing it. To be honest, I only know roughly two Rammstein songs, but I’ve heard it’s a hell of a show. No time to think! Just go.

6.Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (already seen them but a perm-bucket lister)

He needs no introduction. ❤ Weyes Blood is playing at Hinterland and opening for Nick Cave. So that will be a twofer at this show.


Let me know if I will see you at any of these shows.


What live shows are you looking forward to this year?

Author: Keelin Billue

Chicago-based writer by way of Alabama, New Orleans, and Nashville. Writes primarily about music, sports (sort of), and the topics that piss people off at work and family holidays.

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