Get Ready for The BUKU Project 2020 with Our Playlist

The BUKU Project 2019
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The BUKU Project is bringing another year of diverse artists for attendees to explore. Get a taste by listening to our playlist on Spotify!

This year’s installment of The BUKU Project is bringing us everything from eclectic tastes to big-name artists and we can’t wait to get there! With such a massive lineup in the previous years, we expected nothing less from such a prominent springtime festival, and BUKU did not disappoint.

Taking place once again on the weekend of March 20-21 at Mardi Gras World, The BUKU Project will be hosting a top tier selection of headliners such as Flume, Illenium, Alison Wonderland, and Zeds Dead, to name a few. The packed list of heavy-hitting names also includes the likes of Glass Animals, Tyler the Creator, and Kaytranada as well to add their own unique stylings to the mix.

This year we’ve also been blessed with a wide range of artists on the lineup including a range of sounds from Subtronics, Svdden Death: VOYD, LSDREAM, and Space Jesus commanding the bass music scene. To balance out the decks, we’re also getting a taste of the groovier side with artists such as Gramatik, Eli & Fur, Chris Lake, and TSHA.

Unfortunately, we can’t see them all, so we’ve put together quite the playlist so you can dip your toes into all the music coming your way. Play it for your#BuKrew and let us know who you are excited to catch in the comments below!

Stream The BUKU Project 2020 Playlist on Spotify:

Related: Looking for a taste of what’s in store this year at The BUKU Project? Check out our review of the 2019 edition for a glimpse at what this festival is all about!

Don’t miss out on this year’s edition of The BUKU Project! Tickets for the festival are available and limited travel packages remain, so lock in your experience now by heading over to their website!

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Olivia was first introduced to EDM around early 2011, stumbling upon a Pandora House music radio station playing Deadmau5, Daft Punk, Nero and Above & Beyond. She attended her first ever event in 2013, attending the Indy 500 Snakepit where she saw Diplo and Afrojack for the first time. Since then, her music taste has evolved from techno and trance to bass music, funk and dubstep. She has been able to attend festivals such as Outside Lands, Moonrise, Buku Music & Arts Project and her personal favorite Electric Forest. She finds herself frequently listening to Griz, Zeds Dead, Bassnectar, Liquid Stranger, Pretty Lights, Space Jesus and CharlesTheFirst. Now a rising senior at the George Washington University, Olivia is studying International Affairs and Political Science and frequently volunteers with HeadCount Democracy to register voters at festivals. She hopes to continue to combine her passion for music and community in the future.