DGTL Amsterdam Announces Full Line-up for 2023

DGTL Amsterdam 2023, the flagship event of the DGTL music festival, will take place over three days beginning on April 7, 2023. The music, art, and sustainability-focused festival will be held at Amsterdam’s NDSM dockyard, a former shipping yard turned cultural hotspot located on the banks of the river IJ. The 10-year anniversary celebrations will feature Monolink, Paula Temple, The Martinez Brothers, Honey Dijon, The Blessed Madonna, Passion Deez, Mona Yim, Camelphat, Jan Blomqvist, and a bevy of electronic musicians!

Announced for the opening night on Friday, April 7, are EDM artists The Blessed Madonna (Marea Stamper), Mura Masa (Alexander Crossan), Taahliah & I JORDAN, and Passion Deez. Guernsey-born electronic music producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Mura Masa will be making his DGTL debut on this momentous occasion.

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Honey Dijon, Jan Blomqvist, Jayda G, duet Agar Agar (Clara Cappagli and Armand Bultheel), Evan Baggs, Mona Yim, duo Camelphat (Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala), DJ Carista, and more artists will perform on day two of DGTL’s 10th anniversary celebrations. Revelries will be followed by an afterparty serving the likes of Denis Sulta, a duet set by Kamma & Masalo, Bambounou (Jeremy Guindo), and Motor City Drum Ensemble (Danilo Plessow). 

Behind the deck on the final day are EDM artists Monolink (Steffen Linck), Paula Temple, The Martinez Brothers (Steve Martinez and Chris Martinez), Bonobo (Simon Green), Chris Stussy, Hot Since 82 (Daley Padley), KlangKuenstler (Michael Korb), Valentina Luz, to name a few. DGTL’s Amsterdam edition will conclude with late sessions helmed by Benny Rodrigues, Dr. Rubinstein (Maria Rubinstein), Octo Octa (Maya Bouldry-Morrison), and Sedef Adasi.

The elaborate line-up featuring the best of drum & bass, house, and techno artists was only announced days into 2023; however, early bird tickets were sold out as early as November 2023.

DGTL’s foundations are music, art, and sustainability, with a heavy emphasis on subjects such as resources, energy, mobility, sanitation, and food. It is certified as a 100% circular festival in 2022.

Head on over to the DGTL website for the full lineup and further information.

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