The Strokes and Tame Impala to headline Fuji Rock Festival 2020

One of the most important band’s in rock history, THE STROKES are coming back to Fuji Rock after appearing 14 years ago in 2006 ahead of their much awaited new release! If the show this time is anything like the last time they played the festival, it will be a show not soon to be forgotten.

Last year’s headliner at Coachella – new generation rock stars, TAME IMPALA are returning to Fuji Rock after playing in 2013 with a much acclaimed new album released last month to headline the festival.

Not only is Fuji Rock Festival starting of the 20’s right with these headliners but artists just as big have also confirmed they are coming to FRF ’20!

The pinnacle of the dance music scene, DISCLOSURE and MAJOR LAZER of genius producer Diplo will be coming! The incomparable FKA TWIGS who scored top marks with the 2019 album “Pitchfork” and are fashion icons of our age; and the genre-less MURA MASA will be appearing at Naeba!

TOM MISCH, who’s Tokyo show in May of last year sold out, Veteran folk singer and hall of famer, JACKSON BROWNE, prodigious surf rocker DONAVAN FRANKENREITER, America’s treasured song writer, RUFUS WAINWRIGHT, Electro pop band, METRONOMY, with their edgy urgency and Vulfpeck’s guitarist’s solo project, CORY WONG who played at Madison Square Garden last year!

From the electro scene come FLOATING POINTS playing a live set, who’s elaborate sounds have a strong following along with rockers Coling Benders, Derrick May, Gryffin, Lindstrom and Romy!

Don’t miss the BLACK PUMAS who were nominated for a Grammy on their debut album, CELESTE who was chosen by the BBC Music Awards to be the artist most likely to break in 2020 ALTIN GUN, BLACKBEAR, CLAIRO, EMOTIONAL ORANGES, FANTASTIC NEGRITO, FONTAINES D.C., FUTURE ISLANDS, GEORGIA, MEN I TRUST, NEAL FRANCIS and YUMI ZOUMA!

Old Fuji Rock hands such as FRENTE CUMBIERO, MUSCLE SHOALS SOUL REVUE featuring Willie Hightower,Charles Hodges & Scott Sharrard bring the number of artists in this announcement to 33!

Fuji Rock Festival 2020 first poster