​Wu-Tang Clan slated to headline Serbia’s EXIT Festival in 2023

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Wu-Tang Clan have been announced as headliners for the next edition of EXIT Festival, set to take place in Serbia’s Novi Sad from July 6 – 9.

Celebrating ‘half a century of hip-hop’, EXIT this year pulls in the legendary rap group as they embark on a summer-long stint across the world, just weeks after rounding off their North American tour.

Wu-Tang Clan will join headliners Skrillex, Alesso, and a fourth bill-topping act – The Prodigy – at this year’s event, which marks the 22nd year of EXIT in 2023.

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“We are so proud that Wu-Tang Clan, the biggest rap group of all time, and The Prodigy, who defined the electro-punk genre, are part of this year’s EXIT Festival lineup,” says EXIT Festival founder and CEO Dušan Kovačević.

“Along with Skrillex, Keinemusic, CamelPhat, Indira Paganotto, and many more surprises yet to come, EXIT Festival will be one of the main festival hotspots this summer.”

Also added to the line-up at this year’s four-dayer, Sofi Tukker, Chase & Status, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and more will join an existing bill boasting the likes of Viagra Boys, Keinemusik, Charlie Tee, and LF System.

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In December, The Prodigy were announced as the first headliner for EXIT Festival as part of their comeback international tour. Founding member of the band, Liam Howlett, told fans: “EXIT is our favourite festival!

“We were there (in Serbia) when a lot of shit went down. They hold us in their hearts as a special band, and we love the people there,” he added.

EXIT Festival takes place this coming July in its regular home of the Petrovaradin Fortress, a historic spot on the Danube river overlooking the Serbian city of Novi Sad.

Tickets for this year’s event start at €87 and go up to €300 for VIP GOLD. Grab your ticket to EXIT Festival 2023 here.

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

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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