Aftershock Festival announces $1 layaway pass plan, postpones lineup announcement

In an update from the Danny Wimmer Presents, the Aftershock Festival team noted:

We know you are anxious to get the full lineup for Aftershock 2020. We are mindful of the ever-changing situation with COVID-19 and are closely monitoring the recommendations from the CDC, WHO, federal, state and local officials. At this time, there is no reason to believe that Aftershock 2020 will be affected. However, in these uncertain times, it doesn’t feel right to announce the complete lineup just quite yet.  As soon as the time is right, we will be sharing the amazing full lineup with you.

We are also aware of the financial strain many of you are going through so we have worked with Front Gate Ticketing to make $1 layaway deposits available, as well as defer all April layaway payments for those that are on our payment plan.

This means that you while you have already secured your passes to Aftershock Festival, you can tell your friends who’ve wanted to join you to lock in a weekend pass for only $1 down per pass*! Forward along this email, so your friends can join you in October!

Thank you for your patience, we look forward to seeing you this October in Sacramento.

Be safe, stay healthy, and keep rockin’.

With Love – Team DWP

Full details can be found at The festival also announced the postponement of the lineup, which already includes both Metallica and My Chemical Romance as headliners:




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