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Hidden Lakes Festival shares its highly anticipated 2023 line-up

19 September 2023 - 0 Comments

Hidden Lakes Festival is thrilled to announce its spectacular line-up of performers set to electrify the stage for its third year at Hagley Park Events Triangle on Thursday 28th December. Featuring:

Barry Can’t Swim, Break, Conducta b2b NOTION, Goddard, Hamdi, KETTAMA, Ladi6,
Monrroe & Duskee & Emily Makis, Salute, Sin, Taylah Elaine

Azifm, Bavhu, Beccie B, Emilie, Patella, Unorthodoxunitus, and Yams

Hidden Lakes Festival is dedicated to showcasing the full spectrum of electronic music, offering a diverse and immersive experience that transcends musical boundaries. The festival promises a sonic journey filled with pulsating beats and soulful melodies, appealing to music enthusiasts of all tastes.

This year's line-up includes some of the most renowned names in the electronic music scene. Among the headliners is Wilkinson, the UK-based artist known for chart-topping hits like Afterglow and Dirty Love. With over 3 million singles sold and performances at prestigious festivals worldwide, Wilkinson is sure to deliver an unforgettable performance. Joining him for an exclusive South Island summer performance is Barry Can't Swim, the Scottish producer recognized for his unique blend of electronic production and jazz-inspired elements, making him a standout artist to watch.

With an expected audience of six thousand electronic music enthusiasts, Hidden Lakes Festival offers two distinct stages; Park Stage, surrounded by a serene canopy of trees, provides a vibrant and immersive music experience with stunning visuals and live performances, and Lake Stage, an underground electronic music venue with a multi-tiered structure, offers a unique and immersive experience with intricate lighting and a powerful sound system.

In addition to the music, festival-goers can enjoy grab-and-go cuisine from a variety of food vendors and three bars, featuring partnerships with Corona, Pals, and Zeffer Cider.

In 2022, Hidden Lakes Festival made history by hosting the first-ever South Island appearance of Boiler Room. Four captivating sets from the Lake Stage performers; Sin, K2K, DJ Marky, and 2XM—were filmed live and featured on the Boiler Room YouTube channel, accumulating over 120,000 views worldwide.

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