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Noisily Festival Announces Hotly Anticipated Music Line-Up For 2023

Noisily Festival has revealed its full music line-up across the festival’s main stages for its 2023 edition, as the event gears up to celebrate its 10th anniversary this July at its spectacular new site in Barkestone Woods, just outside Grantham, Lincolnshire.

Noisily is a family forged in a holistic environment which feeds the mind, body and soul. Each year attendees gather in the woods to dance, create, learn and connect. Guided by the environment and grounded in nature, Noisily celebrates the individual and cultivates understanding in the collective.

The electrifying bill of artists confirmed to perform at this year’s event includes London based DJ and fashion week’s favourite party starter Henri Bergmann, music legend Goldie, Berlin based techno duo Calessi & Sarah Kreis, and leading light of the Dutch underground scene Joris Voorn.

Brand new stage The Nest is set to welcome the incredible Mouse Outfit, iconic duo The Orb, psychedelic indie band Echoes In Smoke, and live electronic group Klangphonics to name a few. The Nest will also welcome renowned psychedelic progressive rock band Gong, who will make their debut appearance at Noisily on the Saturday evening.

Techno giant Gregor Tresher will take to the Noisily Stage across the weekend, he will be joined by Berlin DJ Bonnie Ford, producer Yuli Fershtat, and progressive techno duo Nanoplex, plus more.

The Liquid Stage will host a plethora of psy trance acts including Captain Hook, James West, Nikki S, Ace Ventura, plus John 00 Fleming, a pioneer of the electronic dance music scene. The Treehouse Stage is set to welcome DJ and producer Nanosphere, drum & bass duo Phibes, new jungle project S.Murk, and power collective SHOSH (24 Hour Garage Girls) amongst others.

The festival will also host an all-female line-up across its brand new techno stage, The Hollow, featuring a wealth of artists who are creating some serious noise in the dance world such as Sandrien, Anabel Arroyo, Nur Jaber and IMOGEN.

Noisily is famed for its huge electronic line-up, which includes a variety of psy-trance, techno, tribal house, dub and drum’n’bass. Marking an essential date in the calendar for electronic music devotees, this year's line-up is no exception, as the festival welcomes a multitude of artists to Barkestone Woods, from techno heavyweight Oliver Koletzki to hotly-tipped act Lily Blue.

Noisily is part of a global family of transformational festivals which take place all over the world each year. The woodland festival was born out of and developed through the UK underground scene and the Glade Festival movement which was established at Glastonbury in 2000. Various members of Noisily’s core team and crew first cut their teeth at Glade in both production and marketing capacities.

The festival also offers an extensive wellness programme throughout its event, which includes holistic experiences, thought provoking workshops, talks, and panels, encouraging attendees to discover, explore, play, move, meditate and create.

The annual event is also renowned for its spectacular arts programme curated by Ruth Herbert, who has led and designed projects for the likes of Burning Man, Ibiza Rocks Hotel and Beat Hotel. The striking, wonderous stage installations and magical sculptures hidden in the woods are truly a feast for the eyes.

As Noisily gets ready to hold its largest event to date in celebration of its 10th anniversary, festival-goers can expect brand new stages and an enormous programme featuring the widest selection of music, art and performance that the festival has ever hosted.

Chris Williams, marketing manager at Noisily Festival, comments: “This year’s festival is shaping up to be one of our most exciting events to date, the line-up is massive; we’re honoured to welcome such an eclectic mix of artists spanning a huge range of sub-genres within the dance community.”

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