More exciting dance acts have been confirmed for Siren Festival 2023Posted on: 15 Feb 2023
A huge line-up of the UK’s top DnB artists has been announced for Siren Festival’s ‘Hospitality on the Harbour’ Saturday.
Siren Festival will run at Bristol’s iconic harbourside from Thursday 27 until Saturday 29 July.
Festival organisers have today confirmed that chart-topping DJ and producer Wilkinson, four-time ‘Best DJ’ award winner A.M.C, Flava D, LINK and many more top DnB names will take over The Amphitheatre for this eagerly anticipated date.
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Curated by legendary DnB label Hospitality, Saturday at Siren Festival boasts a packed bill, adding to an already stacked line-up featuring a headline collaboration between Fabio & Grooverider and The Outlook Orchestra, David Rodigan, and local boy Gardna on the opening night.
Special guest headliner Wilkinson will lead the Hospitality stage line-up on Saturday 29 July, alongside A.M.C, DJ Marky, Flava D, LINK and more. Last year, Wilkinson released his third album, Cognition – the most successful DnB full-length effort of the decade.
The multi-award-winning artist is perhaps best known for releasing one of the biggest DnB singalong anthems of all time in ‘Afterglow’ and has worked with top artists including Ed Sheeran, Chase & Status, The Prodigy and Rag N Bone Man.
A Hospitality favourite, Flava D’s entrance into the DnB scene came in the form of her track ‘Return to Me’ which went to be selected as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World. The Bournemouth native has since become a worldwide success and is now a staple of the world’s biggest events and festivals.
Making their Bristol debut will be LINK, a new Hospital Records collaborative act. This newly launched collective is made of four of the scene’s hottest dance artists: Whiney, Unglued, Lens and Degs. The Siren audience can expect a multi-genre mix of old-school hardcore and modern beats.
With all these amazing acts (and many more besides) on show, Siren Festival is shaping up to be a must-see event for any dance music fan. The festival runs from Thursday 27 to Saturday 29 July 2023. Visit the event page to secure your ticket now.
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Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.