LOCUS Tulum 2023 Drops a Mammoth 1st Phase Line-Up

The drum & bass experience in paradise has announced the first wave of its lineup, featuring Goldie, London Elektricity, A.M.C, and many more.

After its successful debut edition this year, LOCUS Festival vowed to make an even bigger return, and with a stunning 1st Phase line-up for 2023, it sure has delivered. Having arguably the biggest drum & bass lineup South and North America ever witnessed, LOCUS dazzled the white sands of Tulum with swelling bass frequencies; a truly encompassing affair perfectly set in a place where house and techno reign supreme.

Slated to go down in the first week of March 2023, the second edition of the LOCUS Festival will see major DnB heavyweights take the stage, from renowned label heads and genre bigs to up-and-coming DJ/producer talents.

First up on the LOCUS Tulum 2023 line-up is drum & bass legend and pioneer of the UK underground scene, Goldie, followed by Titan Records’ chief, A.M.C. The 2023 edition will be a first for the DnB veterans, with A.M.C on the roster for a Digging Deep set, expected to dish out a selection of DnB’s finest classics.

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Also on the line-up for the first time are DnB duo Pola & Bryson, liquid DnB maestro LSB, multi-genre vocalist and DnB DJ/producer Charli Brix, and Indonesia-born DJ Sabrina, who is currently taking the genre by storm.

Returning to the sun-soaked stage for its second edition are DnB titans, Hospital Records’ co-founder and CEO, London Elektricity, Norwegian DnB maestro and founder of Subtitles Music, Teebee, American DnB talents, Dave Owen and Quadrant & Iris, and Hospital Records’ very own, Degs, all slated to deliver some seriously epic sets.

That’s not all; also making their second advents to LOCUS Tulum 2023 are Exit Records’ founder and jungle and drum & bass DJ/producer/remixer, dBridge, bass music prodigy, Rohaan, British DnB DJs Harriet Jaxxon and Submotive, and explosive Mexican DJ/producer, Viewer.

There are another 30 more acts yet to be announced, so make sure you follow LOCUS on Instagram and Facebook, and keep your eyes peeled for more updates about the festival.

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