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FLY Open Air Festival announces second wave of artists for 2023

FLY Open Air 2023 takes place at Edinburgh’s Hopetoun House on 20-21 May 2023.

FLY Open Air Festival announces second wave of artists for 2023
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FLY Open Air Festival has announced the second wave of artists for the highly anticipated event at Edinburgh’s Hopetoun House, taking place on 20-21 May 2023.

Joining the recently announced DJ HEARTSTRING are Irish up-and-comer Fionn Curran, Azyr b2b with Glasgow rave sensation AISHA, and Radio 1’s Future Dance alumni Sarah Story.

Local talents including Cooked, Gav & Jezz, Jezza & Jod, Mily B, All U Need Open Decks Crew, Amplify, Andromeda Sounds, Danse Atmos, DBT, DEMS, Disco Tits, DKEN, Dominique, Everytime, Kamilla, Lara Sinclair, Mi Casa, Origin, OUTSET, OUTSKIRT, Polka Dot Disco Club, Reboot & NRG DJs, and RMN.BTS will also feature.

On top of that, there will be electrifying back-to-back performances from FRANCK b2b Bad Boombox, VXYX b2b Neoma, Central b2b Night Tube, Christian Rodgers b2b Scott Brandon, GAU7T b2b OAKLEY CARTER [RARE], Off Record b2b Progressive, Sammy Aberdein b2b LAÜZ, SIKOTI b2b Stretch, and TWO-STEP b2b PRGM.

Other names previously announced for the event include Ben Hemsley, Chaos In The CBD, Eliza Rose, Hannah Laing, Hayley Zalassi, Interplanetary Criminal, Job Jobse, Prospa (DJ), Sally C, Surusinghe and testpress. The renowned Boiler Room stage will be also returning to the edition this year.

FLY Open Air 2023 will take place from noon – 11pm Saturday and noon – 10pm Sunday, with day tickets on sale from Tuesday, 31 January. More artists are yet to be revealed in the upcoming weeks, making the festival an incredible experience with the best in House, Disco, Techno and more.

More info and tickets are available HERE.

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