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Beats For Love festival adds more names to 2023 line-up

Hardwell, Deadmau5 and Tiësto will headline the largest festival in Central Europe

Photo of the main stage at Beats For Love festival
Kópia Súboru

Beats For Love festival has added a number of artists to its 2023 line-up.

The four-day spectacle, taking place from 5th July to 8th July in the Ostrava region of the Czech Republic, has announced headline sets from Deadmau5, Hardwell, and Tiësto, as well as appearances from the likes of  James Hype, iLan Bluestone, Netsky, Juliet Fox, Pan-Pot, Sterac aka Steve Rachmad, Oscar Mulero, Lady Waks, Solardo, and more, across the weekend.

Andy C, Blasterjaxx, Eats Everything, Sub Focus & ID, and Wilkinson will also be returning to the unique surroundings of the Dolní Vítkovice industrial heritage site for a second year running. Angerfist –  voted World’s No. 1 Hard DJ in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs 2022 – will front the festival’s exclusive Hardstyle stage, while Mark Knight, Monki, Catz n Dogz, mat.joe, and more, are set to grace the Evropa 2 House area.

Since launching back in 2013, where instead of an entrance fee punters paid for a reusable cup, Beats For Love has grown to become the largest electronic music festival in Central Europe, with 17 stages and a multi-genre bill spanning house, techno, hardcore & hardstyle, and drum and bass.

In 2015, the festival launched Beats for Charity, to help empower disadvantaged people across the Moravian-Silesian region through music and funding. Read more about their mission here.

See the complete line-up for 2023’s festival below.

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