Chris Lorenzo, ATLiens, Gordo, A Hundred Drums, Elderbrook, LAYZ, and more join the already stacked North Coast Music Festival lineup.
Labor Day Weekend marks a bittersweet end of summer and peak festival season but is host to a number of events, including the 13th edition of North Coast Music Festival. Taking place on September 1-3 at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, IL, the festival made some announcements earlier this year in regard to sound improvements via repositioned stage locations in the venue and installments of delay towers, as well as new stage designs and art installations.
North Coast’s star-studded initial lineup was a cherry on top of this news as big artists in the scene, such as Zeds Dead, Liquid Stranger, Chris Lake, Lane 8, Jauz, Duke Dumont, DJ Snake, MK, Alesso, and Flume, were announced to play the festival. Now, the hype has been kicked into a higher gear with the reveal of the second phase of the lineup featuring even more artists slated to take the stage during one of the last few warm weekends near the Windy City.
Adding fuel to an already large, blazing fire of a lineup are bass brain-benders ATLiens, LAYZ, and A Hundred Drums. Shufflers and house lovers will move their feet to house heavyweights Chris Lorenzo, Gordo, Elderbrook, and Hugel in addition to an already stacked list in the city it was founded in decades prior.
Further additions include Daily Bread, Devault, INZO, MZG, and solo sets by Big Gigantic and NGHTMRE, who are all sure to impress with their sets, along with a stacked undercard that only further showcases their dedication to supporting rising talent. If you’re on the hunt for a special treat, don’t miss out on Liquid Stranger when he tears the sound system with a WAKAAN Takeover – check out the rest of the phase two lineup below.
Tickets for North Coast Music Festival 2023 are available now via SeeTickets. Single-day ticket sales begin on Friday, March 10. Stay tuned for 20+ local talent additions, more updates, and information by heading to their website and following their social media accounts.
North Coast Music Festival 2023 – Phase 2 Lineup:
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