Jeff Mills, Honey Dijon, Folamour added to Defected Croatia 2023 line-up
Second wave of artists also adds the likes of Jayda G and Mr Scruff for August six-day festival
Defected Croatia has announced the second wave of artists for its August 2023 edition.
Taking place over six days, from August 3 to August 8 at The Garden Resort Tisno, joining the bill are Jeff Mills, Honey Dijon, Folamour, Jayda G, Mr. Scruff, TSHA, Eats Everything and DJ Bone, among others.
They join the likes of Archie Hamilton, Bradley Zero, Boyz Noize, Catz ‘N Dogz, Chloé Caillet, Cinthie, Horse Meat Disco, Monki, Salute and Todd Edwards, who had previously been announced.
Stage takeovers will come from Glitterbox, The Remedy Project, PIV, Classic Music Company and more.
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As is custom, there will be daytime boat parties, run by select crews yet to be announced. Afterparties will also take at Barbarella’s, with access included in full festival tickets or available separately.
Speaking about the August week-long party, Wes Saunders, the CEO of Defected Records said: “Defected Croatia is arguably the highlight of the year.
“With our fans travelling across the globe to meet at the beautiful The Garden Resort, the festival is a true showcase of the depth of house music, a genre that we as a business, our DJs, producers and fans love so much,” he added.
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Director of Events and Talent George Pritchard said: “Defected Croatia offers a unique combination of incredible music, a stunning location and amazing atmosphere.
The line-up is always diverse and features a blend of established and emerging artists, which keeps the festival fresh and exciting,” he continued.
“The atmosphere is always electric, with people from all over the world coming together to celebrate their love for dance music.”
For tickets and more information visit Defected’s official website.
Isaac Muk is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter