Australia’s Festival No.23 Has Announced Its 2nd Wave Of Artists

Taking place between January 27 – 29 near Melbourne, tickets go on sale November 10th!

Festival No.23 announces a selection of home-grown Australian talent.

In 2023, Festival 23 returns with three days and nights of carefully curated electronic music, creative experimentation and wellness experiences. Expect a unique party with opportunities for regeneration, inspiration and connection.

Festival 23 has already announced a number of esteemed international artists & phase 2 of the line-up reveals a host of home-grown talent that will be gracing the decks and setting  the dance floor ablaze. Many of them are local heroes who need little introduction to those who frequent Australian festivals.

The event takes place in the rolling hills of the Macedon Ranges near Melbourne and it’s a stunning location with a pool and freshwater damn where festival attendees can swim while enjoying some of the finest home grown & international electronic music the world has to offer.

Starting on the 27th and running to the 29th of January, the three-day camping festival also offers art and wellness sessions alongside the impressive line-up of DJs, which includes Flow Music’s curator Deep Gosh who is flying in from the Netherlands to play a set in his trademark style of deep and majestic house with melodic grooves.

Joep Mencke is a Dutch artist who is playing the event as part of an Australian tour which also includes him playing a Flow Music event being hosted in Byron Bay.

Early bird tickets for the festival sold out in record time and there is expected to be high demand for the remaining tickets when general release starts on the 10th of November. So, it’s recommended that people get them quickly if they don’t want to miss out. (Click here to buy tickets)

Below you can find a set with Flow Music podcasts from some of the artists playing the event, and you can find more info and ticket registration HERE



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