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​Maiden Voyage unveils 2023 line-up featuring Richie Hawtin, Felo Le Tee, and Jyoty

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Maiden Voyage has revealed the first wave of acts set to take to London’s Lee Valley Showground in 2023.

Taking place this year on Bank Holiday Sunday, August 27, Maiden Voyage is set for its fourth edition with a huge line-up including the likes of DJ Boring, Jyoty, VTSS, Interplanetary Criminal, and Logic1000.

Techno heavyweight Richie Hawtin will also play the London festival for the first time, as well as South African dynamo Felo Le Tee. Elsewhere on the line-up, Holland’s Job Jobse, UK rapper CASISDEAD, and Japanese composer Soichi Terada are also set to play throughout the day.

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“Here we go,” Maiden Voyage posted on Instagram yesterday alongside the line-up announcement. “We’re so proud to announce our 2023 lineup.”

This year, Maiden Voyage will take place across five stages, four of which are set to be hosted by different collectives and clubs across Europe. Berlin streaming platform HÖR will take over one of the festival stages for the first time, while Paris outfit 99GINGER are also set to take charge of a second stage.

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Meanwhile, London clubs Phonox and FOLD – which is set to bring its Sunday party UNFOLD to the festival grounds – will take over the remaining two stages.

The first 20 artists announced will join another slew of acts soon to be announced at this year’s event, taking place this year in its usual location of North London’s Lee Valley Showground with a capacity of 20,000.

Presale tickets for the festival’s fourth edition go on sale on Tuesday, January 24, starting at £20. Grab yours here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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