Lovefest is closer than ever, with thousands of fans aching to return to Serbia’s Vrnjačka Banja to experience some of dance music’s greatest over three nights of pure energy and bliss.
With “Circle of love” as this year’s slogan, Lovefest is taking place August 3-5, 2023. According to the festival's organizers, a safe circle of love and being surrounded by people we can call real friends are more necessary than ever during these times. The mission of Lovefest is to build a place where attendees can not only unite with friends, but also make new ones along the way.
Lovefest 2023 features a number of jaw-dropping stages that are slated to host a wide variety of acts across the electronic music spectrum. The 16th edition will be headlined by none other than Belgian techno superstar Charlotte de Witte, whoas the first woman to close Tomorrowland’s mainstage last year.
Joining her at the festival’s Fire stage will be Marco Carola, Pan-Pot, Seth Troxler, Chris Liebing and William Djoko, while Adam Beyer, 999999999, Dennis Cruz and Mathame will also take the decks, making their debut in Vrnjačka Banja.
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The celebrated electronic music festival is landing in Vrnjačka Banja from August 3-5 with a huge lineup in tow.
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Lovefest’s Ultra Energy stage, on the other hand, will feature a large number of house and electro artists, among them Louie Vega, Fjaak, Fred P, Fjaak, Hunee and Kleo. Lovefest’s smallest music corner, Stage 99, will fuse the grandiose energy of the its larger stages and host sets from Gina Jeanz, Manda Moor, Sirus Hood, Eelke Kleijn, Laolu, Cavin Viviano, Baggi and more.
Take a look at the lineup for Lovefest 2023 below. Tickets for Lovefest are available for purchase.
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