Snowbombing 2023 announces the first names of the poster

The first names for next year’s Snowbombing festival in Austria have been revealed, with Jamie xx, Groove Armada, Andy C and more on the line-up.

The Austrian festival will return to the slopes of Mayrhofen from 10 to 15 April next year. Tickets are on sale now.

Snowbombing was back this year after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, with artists such as Bicep, Camelphat, Andy C, Rudimental, Gorgon City, Eats Everything and more on the bill.

The first announcement of next year’s event also includes names such as Conduct, Denis Sulta, Elkka, Dusky, Folamour, Hybrid Minds, Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal.

Elsewhere, the lineup includes Eats Everything, ChloƩ Robinson, Flava D, D Double E, Artwork, Chaos In The CBD, Jayda J, DJ Seinfeld, Patrick Topping and others.

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Debug Records, Glitterbox and He.She.They. confirmed as the three related teams for the 2023 festival. More acts will be announced in the coming months.

As well as music, attendees can learn to ski and snowboard, take part in various competitions or the popular Pond Skim.

There are also sitcoms and talks to enjoy on everything from sustainability and snow sports to music and culture, as well as games and events like wheelchair speed skating.

In other news, Andy C will be the first drum’n’bass artist to headline London’s O2.

The DJ, producer and co-founder of RAM Records (real name Andrew Clarke) will perform his “realistic” ‘Alive 2.0’ show at the 20,000-capacity venue on Good Friday next year (April 7, 2023). Tickets for the show are available here.

At ‘Alive 2.0’, the DJ will deliver a five-hour set with “a new spectrum and visual production.” The DJ described the upcoming event as “a true celebration of our great music…drum’n’bass.”

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