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EXIT Festival finalises 2023 line-up featuring The Prodigy, Skrillex and Wu-Tang Clan

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EXIT festival has released the full line-up and stage splits for its 2023 edition, with The Prodigy, Skrillex, Wu-Tang Clan and more set to descend upon Serbia’s medieval Petrovaradin Fortress in two weeks time.

Taking place in the region of Novi Sad, the award-winning festival has now shared the daily schedule for it’s three-day event, across July 6 to July 9.

Artists from across the spectrum of dance and electronic are set to perform across over 40 stages and zones.

Typically eclectic, EXIT’s line-up features a diverse range of headline acts, ranging from electro-punk to hip hop — with Chase and Status, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, LF System, Claptone, and more set to perform on the festival’s Gorki main stage.

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EXIT will feature an all-female celebration on its first day, with the iconic Dance Arena stage – revered by many as one of the best electronic music stages in the world – hosting an electronic-filled lineup with the likes of Amelie Lens, Goli and Assia (Live), and Indira Paganotto.

This stage is the place to be for electronic music fans, as it will also feature 8KAYS, Agents of time (Live), Ben Bôhmer (Live), CamelPhat, Eric Prydz, Hot Since 82, Layla Beintiez, Michael Bibi, Space Motion, and a sunday closing set from Keinemusik.

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The legendary Visa Fusion Stage will welcome American ska band The Toasters as well as English post-punk band Dry Cleaning, and many more.

Fans of and fierce harcore, metal, and punk sound should head over to the Explosive Stage, lead by Wolfbrigade, Exciter, and Cockney Rejects, among others

The festival will also host global talents with its Latino Stage by IDEA, which will feature DJ SESHA and DJ REY, amongst others.

A full list of all acts and their respective stages can be accessed on the festival website.

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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