Secret Garden Party has announced its first wave of DJs for its summer 2023 edition.
It will take place on the weekend of July 20 to July 23 at its usual Huntingdon site in Cambridgeshire.
Added to the bill are the likes of SHERELLE and I. JORDAN, who will play at the Circus Maximus, Chloé Robinson, Emerald, Jamz Supernova and Shay Malt.
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There will also be a special DJ set from Sister Bliss of Faithless, who will be performing following the sad passing of bandmate Maxi Jazz last year, which will be presented by London queer party series and label HE.SHE.THEY.
Already announced to be performing at the festival are Underworld, 2ManyDJs (live set), Grandmaster Flash, Lava La Rue and Fabio & Grooverider & The Outlook Orchestra.
In a statement announcing the line-up, Secret Garden Party wrote: “Everywhere you look this year there’ll be more bangers for your buck. More beats, more moments, more art, more chances to point a finger / tentacle / holographic elbow [as appropriate] into the air and forget about the rest of time and space.
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“In short the original team (& more) are all back for the Secret Garden Party 2.0… the country’s biggest, and most silliest, independent weekend of music and art, set across the beautiful lakes, hills, and woodlands of Huntingdon,” it continued.
“See you in the most ridiculous corner of Planet Earth this July.”
Running its first event in 2004, Secret Garden Party originally ran every summer until 2017, when the festival was halted (at the time believed to be for good). It was relaunched in 2022, with tickets selling out in a matter of minutes.
For tickets to the 2023 edition, visit Secret Garden Party’s official website.