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DGTL Amsterdam announces full line-up for 2023 festival

A stacked list of names takes to city's industrial docks as the world's first circular dance festival returns 

DGTL Amsterdam 2023 full line-up

DGTL Amsterdam has announced its full line-up for the festival's 2023 edition, which runs from 7th to 9th April at NDSM Docklands. 

Friday's Opening Night will feature sets from The Blessed Madonna, Mura Masa, Taahliah & I JORDAN, and Passion Deez between 10 PM and 5 AM. The main Saturday daytime session will take over the huge industrial site, with likes of Honey Dijon, Jayda G, Anetha, Evan Baggs, Salome, Spekki Webu, Tsepo, Mona Yim, Camelphat, VTSS and Carista all confirmed to play.

Live sets from Ela Minus, Jan Blomqvist, Sweely, Parallelle, Colin Benders and Ross From Friends will also feature, as will an after party running 11 PM to 5 AM feautring Bambounou, Danilo Plessow (MCDE), Denis Sulta, Kamma & Masalo. 

Day Two — Sunday — boasts Bonobo, Eris Drew & Octo Octa, SHERELLE & Special Request, Ngoni Egan, The Martinez Brothers, Vladimir Dubyshkin, Zohar, Hunee, Budino, and Paula Temple, among others. Henrik Schwarz, Coloray, Monolink, Max Cooper and Soichi Terada are among those performing live. A closing party, taking place from 11P M to 5A M, will feature Benny Rodrigues, Dr. Rubinstein, Octo Octa and Sedef Adasi

While early bird tickets are now sold out, standard day and full weekend passes are available.

In 2022, DGTL became the world's first "circular" dance festival after taking significant steps in sustainability and reaching net zero emissions. This year, the team are working to a "doughnut economy" model, an idea consisting of two rings; a social foundation layer to stop people being left short on essentials, and an upper ecological level to avoid over stretching Earth's ecosystems. As part of this, all attendees are being asked to take responsibility for their own emissions.