The DGTL flagship event is set to take place from 7-9 April at NDSM Docklands, Amsterdam.
Across the three day festival, DGTL Amsterdam will welcome the likes of Bambounou, Jayda G, Eris Drew and Octo Octa, Soichi Terada live and VTSS. Other acts confirmed include Logic1000, Sherelle with Special Request, The Blessed Madonna, a set from TAAHLIAH and I.JORDAN and Mura Masa – the latter of whom will kick off the festival on 7 April, making his DGTL Amsterdam debut.
Elsewhere, the 2023 edition of DGTL Amsterdam will host a performance from Ghent-based duo Charlotte Adigéry and Bolis Pupul, DJ Seinfield, Cera Khin and Steam Down. Ross From Friends and Ela Minus have both been confirmed for live sets whilst Max Cooper will present a live audiovisual show. Also set to play the forthcoming event, which will feature eight stages, there’s Paula Temple, Moderat, Suze Ijó and Maricas’ Isabella.
Speaking on this year’s line-up, DGTL’s Festival Director Ellen Evers said: “Representation matters. We’ve worked hard to make sure our line-up reflects the entire spectrum of communities within dance music. It’s a chance to show what genuine commitment to diversity and inclusion can produce, and give a platform to exciting artists from all across the spectrum.”
DGTL is committed to sustainability and social responsibility. In 2022, it became the world’s first circular dance festival and will continue to build on this for 2023, looking to go beyond circular and work with the Doughnut economy model in cooperation with the city of Amsterdam. 2022 also saw DGTL focus on their Safe(r) Project, working with Rave Scout Cookies to explore safer spaces and festival ethics. The 2023 edition will see the DGTL Safe(r) Project return. We previously spoke with DGTL’s Sustainability Manager and Rave Scout Cookies founder and Creative Director about how events can lead to change.