Atlas Weekend-2020: Guano Apes to join festival's line-up.

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The German band Guano Apes will perform at the Atlas Weekend festival, which is scheduled to take place in Kyiv from July 7 to July 12, 2020.

"This German band burst into the music world in the late '90s, but even today their songs have a place of honor in our playlists. A platinum debut album, gold singles, parallel solo projects and a sensational reunion in order to perform at festivals – there was everything in their history. Are you ready to lose yourself during their performance?" the message on the festival's Facebook page reads.

Related: UPark Festival 2020: Machine Gun Kelly to perform in Kyiv

ASAP Rocky, Twenty One Pilots, Yungblud, Placebo, ALT-J and other musical performers will bear the German band company.

It is worth noting that in 2019 the festival was headlined by: The Chainsmokers, Black Eyed Peas, Liam Gallagher, SPLEAN, Michael Kiwanuka, Tom Odell, The Vaccines.

As we reported earlier, American rapper Machine Gun Kelly is expected to perform at UPark Festival 2020, which will be held in Kyiv this summer.

The musician will perform on July 9 - on the same day as My Chemical Romance, SUM 41 and Neck Deep.

Related: Yungblud to perform at Atlas Weekend-2020 in Kyiv

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