OTHERLANDS FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES NEW WAVE OF ACTS ON 2023 LINE-UP
INTERNATIONAL AND HOME-GROWN ACTS INCLUDING HUNEE, DJ BORING, SALUTE & ECLAIR FIFI HEAD TO SCONE PALACE THIS SUMMER
Otherlands Music & Arts Festival has today 31st March, announced its latest additions to the acclaimed lineup for the return of its boutique three-day camping retreat of music, arts, and culture. Taking place 11th -13th of August, the festival is bringing the best in up-and-coming talent and award-winning headliners to Scone Palace in Scotland.
The music festival invites a stellar mix of world class DJ’s and local artists to join them throughout the weekend. Included in today’s line-up announcement is Hunee – one of the most truly eclectic DJs from the last decade – alongside London-based Australian artist, DJ Boring who has in recent years taken to the stage at renowned festivals and had his sets streamed through the lens of Boiler Room and Mixmag.
Fresh from playing at Field Day, Parklife, Secret Garden Party and Boiler Room, Austrian born, Manchester located salute will be performing ahead of his debut album dropping later this year.
Mixmag’s impact artist of 2022, FKA.M4A, will be taking to the stage with his inspiring, storytelling sets. Having launched his new musical chapter via his Aweh label, London-based Esa Williams is bringing his ‘embodying sound without limitations’, to the Category A-listed historic house setting.
Homegrown, popular DJs K4CIE and Éclair Fifi will also feature on the incredible bill, bringing their own brand of Scottish, electronic style to the event alongside many more talented artists.
Brought to you by established Scottish promoters, FLY, Otherlands 2023 is spread across the grounds of Scone Palace. It combines cutting-edge music, forward-thinking art, boutique glamping and bespoke talks from industry leaders in the idyllic setting of the Perthshire countryside. The festival offers everything from live and electronic music, to punk, rock, and rap, and some of the most influential global and home-grown musical talents taking to its stages.
Headliners already announced for 2023 include the likes of Hudson Mohawke, Skin On Skin, Nia Archives & Overmono. The festival’s return follows last year’s success with headline acts including DJs BICEP, Jamie XX, Honey Dijon and daytime live performances from singers Joesef, Maverick Sabre and Biig Piig.
Sam Joss, Otherlands Director, said: “After a resoundingly positive reaction to our initial acts’ announcement, we’re excited to share these latest additions to the impressive bill.
“We’ve been working hard to curate an incredible line-up and are beyond proud to keep the good news coming, with so many amazing DJs, artists and acts. I think the festival experience for our guests this year will go beyond all expectations. It’s certainly one you don’t want to miss!”
As well as a carefully curated line-up of forward-thinking artists spanning multiple stages, the festival will boast immersive art installations from leading Scottish artists. Also set to take the stage are DJ Workshops, inspiring industry talks and panel discussions with industry leaders, and comedy hosted directly by Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival.
Also, leading restaurant brand, Six by Nico will be hosting its first ever al-fresco dining experience within the festival site with a brand-new themed six-course menu, exclusive to Otherlands.
Early bird Festival tickets are now sold out but limited 1st release tickets are still available – ranging from £180 – £189for camping and non-camping options, with Day Tickets becoming available on Monday the 3rd April. Music fans can purchase tickets here https://www.otherlandsfestival.com/book-tickets
For more information visit otherlandsfestival.com
Otherlands Arts and Music Festival was founded by Tom Ketley, owner of FLY – an event promotion company which has been hosting music events across Scotland now for over a decade, and will return to the stately grounds of Scone Palace in the idyllic Perthshire countryside for it’s second year in 2023.
2022 saw the festival’s hugely successful debut edition last year which has already positioned the event as a key fixture of Scotland’s festival scene.
Otherlands want to fill the void in youth culture since the death of illustrious festival brands like Rockness & T in the Park, it will become one of the main reasons young people travel to Scotland.