Sol Fest drops the news that Liquid Stranger, Zeds Dead, Flux Pavilion, Deathpact, and plenty more are set to play at the festival in 2023.
Following its debut edition that took place this year, the mind-altering music and arts festival known as Sol Fest is set to return on May 5-7, 2023, at Bama Water Park & Campground in New Brockton, Alabama. Attendees will be able to bask in the sun at the pristine waterpark venue that features white beaches, palm trees, and plenty of activities from zip-lining to waterslides – but the big draw are the artists performing, and they’ve unveiled a stacked lineup before splashing into the new year.
Two of the biggest artists in the bass music scene, Liquid Stranger and Zeds Dead, are set to headline Sol Fest on Friday and Saturday, while the Sunday headliner is still yet to be revealed. There will be some seriously special sets throughout the weekend, including Infected Mushroom’s hybrid live DJ set, Manic Focus‘ MF’n House Party, a b2b2b that will bring Champagne Drip, Luzcid, and Sully to the stage, and a performance from Deathpact. Other artists not to be missed include DRINKURWATER, EAZYBAKED, Jaenga, HEYZ, Smoakland, Ravenscoon, Tape B, and more.
The Thursday pre-party kicks off the festival with a bang with dubstep legend Flux Pavilion, Tripp St, A Hundred Drums, and more. Not only will there be endless talent on the festival grounds, but there will also be pool parties each day. Friday’s pool party will be a drum and bass spectacle with Mija and Blossom. Saturday is the day of wave music with Australian superstar Skeler and a special Barnacle Boi b2b Brothel set. Sunday’s pool party is going to get spicy with bass phenoms Wreckno and Khiva.
With Sunday’s main stage headliner still being blurred out and more artists to be announced, make sure to stay tuned to what more this festival has to reveal in the coming months. Tickets and camping passes for Sol Fest 2023 are available via Tixr – head over to their official website for more details.