We Are FSTVL locks in The Prodigy, Michael Bibi and Carl Cox for 10th anniversary edition
We're running a competition with four VIP tickets, £200 to spend and more up for grabs
We Are FSTVL has announced the line-up for its 10th anniversary edition, which will take place across the August bank holiday weekend (August 25-27).
The party will once again be hosted at the Damyns Hall Aerodrome airfield in Upminster, Essex. Thanks to the festival's growth, the 2023 iteration sees We Are FSTVL transform from a two to three day show to mark its most exciting chapter yet'.
In total there will be eight stages featuring more than 150 artists, with a strong focus on high production levels across the impressive site design.
To celebrate, Mixmag is running a competition alongside We Are FSTVL, with the lucky winner scoring VIP tickets for themselves and three friends, £200 towards food and drink at the festival, as well as a backstage tour and a bundle of We Are FSTVL merch. Enter by tagging three friends on the Instagram post below.
The weekender will be headlined by The Prodigy, who will play an Essex homecoming set as part of the band’s 2023 tour.
Also on the bill are the likes of Carl Cox – who will be performing a hybrid live/DJ set, Sonny Fodera, Jamie Jones, Marco Carola, Andy C, Interplanetary Criminal and LF System.
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There will also be disco representation, with French artist Folamour, Horse Meat Disco and Siggy Smalls being announced.
The harder end of techno will also feature with a Sunday stage takeover from XXL featuring Amelie Lens, Reinier Zonneveld (live), Brutalismus 3000, I Hate Models, Kobosil and VXYX.
Other stage takeovers will come from the likes of Ibiza’s legendary afterparty Circoloco, Eastenderz, Foreverland, Patrick Topping’s TRICK, LoveJuice, Dance On Arrival, Boat Club and Michael Bibi’s Solid Grooves.
It will also see the first year of camping on site, which will have an exclusive silent disco that will run late into the night for those choosing to stay over the weekend.
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Day tickets start from £39, with deposit and instalment options also available.
Tickets are on sale now, get them here.
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