Festival season will be here soon enough. Alongside Coachella, Lollapalooza, and other powerhouse lineups lies a brand-new California gem known as Overpass Music Festival. The one-day event is happening for the first time on March 7, 2020 at Oak Canyon Park in Orange County, and it's unlike anything festival-goers have ever seen.
With artists from South Korea to Malaysia, the Philippines and beyond, the Overpass Music Festival is bringing together musicians from predominantly Asian backgrounds, and Teen Vogue is exclusively announcing the official lineup. The roster includes K-pop idol Mino, Malaysian singer Yuna, Filipino-Australian actor and singer James Reid, and many more. The headliner spot was reserved for Jhené Aiko, the chart-topping R&B star representing an array of different cultures.
Tickets are currently available for purchase on the festival's website with general admission selling for $160 and VIP wristbands at $300. In addition to the non-stop one-of-a-kind sets, Overpass will feature a 60-foot ferris wheel and an art installation from the popular South Korean artist Sambypen.
When it comes to food, Overpass has you covered with a range of menus. Whether attendees want a simple slice of pizza, a mouth-watering burrito, or an Instagram-worthy sushi bowl, there will definitely be plenty of items to choose from. In short, come hungry and be prepared to witness some iconic performances.
With Blackpink being the first female K-pop group to perform at Coachella last year, it's incredible to see inclusivity continue on the festival circuit. Most lineups for 2020 have yet to be announced, so let's hope this trend continues. In the meantime, scroll through below to see exactly who's playing at Overpass — and get excited.
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