Hardwell, Armin van Buuren, Dimension, More Announced for Balaton Sound 2023

After this year's eye-popping return to the majestic rolling hills of Zamardi, Balaton Sound is gearing up for 2023 after announcing its first wave of artists. 

Europe's biggest beachfront music festival will again return to the crystal clear waters of Hungary's Lake Balaton with a massive 2023 lineup. Organizers recently revealed its first phase, giving prospective attendees plenty of time to start planning their European festival getaway.

Primed to headline Balaton Sound 2023 are Hardwell, Armin van Buuren, Dimension and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, alongside Don Diablo, Joel Corry and Vini Vici, among others. More artists will be announced in the weeks ahead.

Balaton Sound 2023 is scheduled for June 28th to July 1st, 2023. You can learn more about the beachfront fest and purchase tickets here.  

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