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    Festival Line-Ups 2020

    Artrock - Reichenbach Germany - April 3rd to 5th
    Friday – Retrospective, machine, Comedy of Errors, Mostly Autumn, Mystery
    Saturday – Amarok, Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder, Polis, Credo, Huis, Tony McAlpine, Threshold, Red Sand
    Sunday - Melli Mau & Martin Schnella, AnTon, Ubi Maior, Crystal Palace, Overhead, Abel Ganz, Ray Wilson & Band, Carl Palmer`s ELP Legacy

    Winters End - Chepstow UK - April 23rd to 26th
    Thursday – Seyes, Paul Ford & Rob Wilsher (Multi Story)
    Friday – Subsignal, Red Bazar
    Saturday – Pendragon, Hayley Griffiths, Also Eden, Ten Years Later, Midas Fall, Last Flight To Pluto
    Sunday - Mostly Autumn, Solstice, The John Hackett Band, League Of Lights, Emperor Norton

    Gouveia Art Rock - Portugal - May 1st to 3rd

    Rosfest - Sarasota Florida - May 8th to 10th
    Friday – Arc Iris, Cast
    Saturday – Lobate Scarp, Dilemma, Pattern Seeking Animals, Big Big Train
    Sunday – Moon Letters, The Tea Club, United Progressive Fraternity, Thank You Scientist

    Terra Incognito - Quebec - May 15th to 17th
    Friday - 35 Tapes, Anekdoten
    Saturday - ISProject, Sintonia Distorta, Professor Tip Top, Anekdoten
    Sunday - ISProject, Head With Wings, Quel Che Disse Il Tuono, La Maschera di Cera

    Seaprog - Seattle - June 4th to 6th
    Friday – Krautrock documentary
    Saturday – Smooth Kiwi, Wume, Monarch
    Sunday – Nosretep, John L Rice, Crystal Beth & the Boom Boom Band, Nektar

    Comendatio Music Fest - Paço da Comenda, Portugal – June 6th & 7th
    Saturday - Haken, Vola, Godsticks, Catacombe, Dream Pawn Shop
    Sunday - Monuments, Voyager, Rendezvous Point, Needle, Fifth Empire

    Midsummer Prog - Valkenburg - June 20
    Antimatter, Mystery, Klone, RPWL

    The Night Of The Prog - Loreley Germany - July 17th to 19th
    Friday - Pure Reason Revolution, Pavlov's Dog, Soulsplitter
    Saturday – Kayak, Pendragon, Cheeto's Magazine, Ayreon, Gabriel
    Sunday – Moon Safari, RPWL

    Zappanale - Bad Doberan Germany - July 17th to 19th
    Dweezil Zappa, John McLaughlin & The 4th Dimension, UH Hilo Jazz Orchestra, Yasi Hofer Trio, Run Logan Run, Camembert, KlangFusion, The Mike Keneally Report, Marco Pacassoni Group, Festen, DEKAdance, Valentina Ciardelli, Jazz Projekt Hundehagen, Zappnoise, DRH, Bend

    ProgDay - Durham NC – September 5th & 6th
    Stop Motion Orchestra

    ProgPower - Atlanta - September 9th to 12th
    Wednesday -
    Thursday -
    Friday – Conception, JSS, The Night Flight Orchestra, Eternal Tears Of Sorrow, Witherfall, Shattered Skies
    Saturday – Turilli Lione Rhapsody, Ihsahn, The Gathering, Beast In Black, Thank You Scientist, Arion

    Freakshow – Wurzburg Germany – September 25th & 26th
    Friday - Poil, Le Grand Sbam
    Saturday – Camembert, Free Human Zoo

    Progstock - Rahway NJ - October 9th to 11th
    IO Earth, California Guitar Trio, District 97, Mile Marker Zero
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    Thanks Ian!
    Any word on Guveia festival?
    I see Soft Machine is on the bill...

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    Quote Originally Posted by flytomars View Post
    Thanks Ian!
    Any word on Guveia festival?
    I see Soft Machine is on the bill...
    Good catch, I've added the dates. though neither their site or their FB page has any artists up yet.
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    I guess you would need a whole page just for Big Ears, or just not Prog enough.
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    Thanks for assembling this list Ian! I have 3rd row seats at the Terra Incognita festival in Quebec City in May 2020. Anekdoten is the biggest draw - they'll play all of Nucleus and tracks from Vemod on the Friday night and an assortment throughout their career on Saturday. I heard Disse Il Tuono is excellent and I'm a fan of La Maschera di Cera for the Sunday shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll View Post
    I guess you would need a whole page just for Big Ears, or just not Prog enough.
    Yup, like Ramblin Man, there are huge band lists and very few are prog, I could try to edit it down but that would just kick off a "what is prog?" discussion.
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    Good Morning Ian and fellow music friends ~

    FIMAV, the festival held in the Quebec province of Canada, emailed me the 2020 lineup. If this is an interest to the thread, the lineup can be found at fimav.qc.ca

    Perhaps of a helpful interest to some
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    Thanks for assembling all this useful information!
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    I am taking my son to Winter’s End. Really looking forward to a great weekend.

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    Roskilde Music Festival 2020 line up

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    I'm toying with the idea of attending ROSFest and making a Florida vacation around it, but I must admit that I was hoping Arc Iris was a typo. It's not. I'll have to give all the bands a listen. There's no one I'm dying to see, but if the totality is enough to tip the scales, I may go.
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    Yes, thanks for putting together that list! Terra Incognito is most tempting to me for Anekdoten, but I like La Maschera di Cera as well. I’m not familiar with the majority of the listed bands. I must be living in the past.

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    No Cruise To The Edge? They have an amazing lineup this year IMO.

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    Thank You Scientist @ Progpower??

    that's interesting

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    Freakshow festival in Germany seems quite enticing...

    Anyone been there? It would be interesting to hear any experiences.
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    Haven't been but I've heard very good reports from reliable friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    No Cruise To The Edge? They have an amazing lineup this year IMO.
    I'll add it.
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    I am tempted to go to Freakshow. Wurzburg is only 5 hours by train away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    I am tempted to go to Freakshow. Wurzburg is only 5 hours by train away.
    I'm tempted to fly over for it now that RIO is over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I'm tempted to fly over for it now that RIO is over.
    When googling for the freakshow lineup I found this German festival:
    https://www.koka36.de/responsiv/even...p?event=124717

    Hintertreffen 2020, with Cromb!, Elephant9, Karakorum a.o.

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    I got to get to one of these festivals before I die.
    I got nothin'

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    Fall Behind & Cruise to the Edge added

    Fall Behind - Berlin Germany - March 26th to 28th
    Thursday - Beehoover, The Antikaroshi, Beehoover, 30,000 Monkies
    Friday - Elephant9, Oli Steidle & the Killing Popes, Gold & Silver, Humans as Ornaments
    Saturday - Bulbul, Chromb !, Ultra Zook, Karakorum, ...

    Cruise To The Edge - Miami - March 27th to April 1st
    Yes, Marillion, Steve Hackett, Flying Colors, Jordan Rudess, Saga, Anathema, Kings X, Riverside, The Flower Kings, Haken, Nerve Bundle, Protocol, Stick Men, Pain Of Salvation, Pendragon, Curved Air, Gong, Le Orme, Goblin, Lifesigns, Glass Hammer, Stu Hamm, Moon Safari, Dave Kerzner, McBroom Sisters, Alex Machacek, Fernando Perdomo, Gabriel, Marbin, Brook Hansen

    Artrock - Reichenbach Germany - April 3rd to 5th
    Friday – Retrospective, machine, Comedy of Errors, Mostly Autumn, Mystery
    Saturday – Amarok, Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder, Polis, Credo, Huis, Tony McAlpine, Threshold, Red Sand
    Sunday - Melli Mau & Martin Schnella, AnTon, Ubi Maior, Crystal Palace, Overhead, Abel Ganz, Ray Wilson & Band, Carl Palmer`s ELP Legacy

    Winters End - Chepstow UK - April 23rd to 26th
    Thursday – Seyes, Paul Ford & Rob Wilsher (Multi Story)
    Friday – Subsignal, Red Bazar
    Saturday – Pendragon, Hayley Griffiths, Also Eden, Ten Years Later, Midas Fall, Last Flight To Pluto
    Sunday - Mostly Autumn, Solstice, The John Hackett Band, League Of Lights, Emperor Norton

    Gouveia Art Rock - Portugal - May 1st to 3rd

    Rosfest - Sarasota Florida - May 8th to 10th
    Friday – Arc Iris, Cast
    Saturday – Lobate Scarp, Dilemma, Pattern Seeking Animals, Big Big Train
    Sunday – Moon Letters, The Tea Club, United Progressive Fraternity, Thank You Scientist

    Terra Incognito - Quebec - May 15th to 17th
    Friday - 35 Tapes, Anekdoten
    Saturday - ISProject, Sintonia Distorta, Professor Tip Top, Anekdoten
    Sunday - ISProject, Head With Wings, Quel Che Disse Il Tuono, La Maschera di Cera

    Seaprog - Seattle - June 4th to 6th
    Thursday – Krautrock documentary
    Friday – Smooth Kiwi, Wume, Monarch
    Saturday – Nosretep, John L Rice, Crystal Beth & the Boom Boom Band, Nektar
    Sunday- - Isthmusia, Happy55, Jane Getter Premonition

    Comendatio Music Fest - Paço da Comenda, Portugal – June 6th & 7th
    Saturday - Haken, Vola, Godsticks, Catacombe, Dream Pawn Shop
    Sunday - Monuments, Voyager, Rendezvous Point, Needle, Fifth Empire

    Midsummer Prog - Valkenburg - June 20
    Antimatter, Mystery, Klone, RPWL

    The Night Of The Prog - Loreley Germany - July 17th to 19th
    Friday - Pure Reason Revolution, Pavlov's Dog, Soulsplitter
    Saturday – Kayak, Pendragon, Cheeto's Magazine, Ayreon, Gabriel
    Sunday – Moon Safari, RPWL

    Zappanale - Bad Doberan Germany - July 17th to 19th
    Dweezil Zappa, John McLaughlin & The 4th Dimension, UH Hilo Jazz Orchestra, Yasi Hofer Trio, Run Logan Run, Camembert, KlangFusion, The Mike Keneally Report, Marco Pacassoni Group, Festen, DEKAdance, Valentina Ciardelli, Jazz Projekt Hundehagen, Zappnoise, DRH, Bend

    ProgDay - Durham NC – September 5th & 6th
    Stop Motion Orchestra

    ProgPower - Atlanta - September 9th to 12th
    Wednesday -
    Thursday -
    Friday – Conception, JSS, The Night Flight Orchestra, Eternal Tears Of Sorrow, Witherfall, Shattered Skies
    Saturday – Turilli Lione Rhapsody, Ihsahn, The Gathering, Beast In Black, Thank You Scientist, Arion

    Freakshow – Wurzburg Germany – September 25th & 26th
    Friday - Poil, Le Grand Sbam
    Saturday – Camembert, Free Human Zoo

    Progstock - Rahway NJ - October 9th to 11th
    IO Earth, California Guitar Trio, District 97, Mile Marker Zero
    Last edited by NogbadTheBad; 02-07-2020 at 08:49 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    Freakshow festival in Germany seems quite enticing...

    Anyone been there? It would be interesting to hear any experiences.
    It is a fantastic festival, quite different from the RIO, and more... german? more beer and sausages and kraut...
    It is also on a smaller scale so it is more intimate.
    Wurzburg is beautiful (though there is no Albi Cathedral ), I have been to the festival 3 times and all were worthwhile.
    This year current lineup is still missing one (or 2?) headliners, and the facebook page suggests that they are hoping for a Present show, that would definitely tip my scales...

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    Quote Originally Posted by progholio View Post
    Thank You Scientist @ Progpower??

    that's interesting
    Agree, I wonder how they will go over there, then again they have toured with Coheed and Cambria a lot and have been kind embraced by their audience. Speaking of which, a guy that I work with is going on a Coheed and Cambria cruise next fall and Thank You Scientists are one of the performers along with some other prog acts including The Dear Hunter and ProgDay alumnus 3.

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