Stonebwoy billed for the Beale Street Music Festival show in the Mississippi River


Ghanaian Afropop, dance hall and reggae singer, Stonebwoy is set to perform at the Beale Street Music Festival 2020 alongside multiple award-winning American rapper, Lil Wayne, Africa’s rapper Sarkodie and others.

Memphis in May’s Beale Street Music Festival proudly announces its wide-ranging 2020 lineup. Often cited for bringing together an eclectic mix of artists and genres for the three-day festival on the banks of the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis, the forty-fourth installment upholds that reputation with a lineup featuring hip hop, rock, alternative, Americana, pop, and of course, the blues.

The music festival would be held from Fri, May 1, 2020 – Sun, May 3, 2020.

Sarkodie, on the other hand, happens to be the only Ghanaian to join Stonebwoy on the Beale Street Music Festival
with other acts include Of Monsters and Men, AJR, Rival Sons, Billy Strings, Manchester Orchestra, Toad the Wet Sprocket, The Glorious Sons, Patty Griffin (winner of the 2020 Grammy for Best Folk Album), Waka Flocka Flame, Dirty Honey, Duke Deuce, Reignwolf, Toosii, Beabadoobee, Crobot and Lil Migo.

Stonebwoy, Beale Street Music Festival, Sarkodie, Lil Wayne

Check out more details about the 2020 Beale Street Music Festival below…

Recognized as one of America’s premier heritage music festivals, the award-winning Beale Street Music Festival enters its 44th year in 2020. The kick-off event to the annual month-long Memphis in May Festival, the Beale Street Music Festival is held in picturesque Tom Lee Park, a river bluff park overlooking the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis, TN at the foot of historic Beale Street.

Past headliners include Dave Matthews Band, Post Malone, Cardi B, Kings of Leon, Ed Sheeran, The Black Keys, The Killers, Logic, G-Eazy, Tyler the Creator, Shinedown, Neil Young, David Byrne and more, the annual event features 60+ artists on four stages over its three-day run.

Come experience the legendary music capital where rock & roll and blues music were born, and learn why music lovers from all 50 states and over 25 countries travel to Memphis each year to attend this legendary springtime music festival.


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