Defqon.1 is full of new programming developments for 2023, including more explosive closing shows and a “harder workout style” regimen.
The premier home for hard dance on the music festival circuit is shaping up to be bigger than ever.
Over 350 artists are set to soundtrack the four days of madness at Defqon.1 in the Netherlands. the Q-dance-Hemed effort brings the heat to 2023 with Coone, Angerfist, Headhunterz, D-Sturb, Sub Zero Project, DJ Isaac, Ran-D and more.
The global dance music brand attracts a massive audience of over 100,000 dedicated fans every year, and this year the scale of their amazing production will grow even bigger. Each day ends with explosive closing shows featuring unlimited pyrotechnics and effects.
The stakes will reach a fever pitch during Sunday’s closing ceremonies, when the Prophet is scheduled to take the stage for his last performance ever, according to a press release shared by EDM.com. The Godfather of Hardstyle is not silent, so expect a historic set as he intends to leave it all on the table while bringing hard dance fans together on the RED Stage.
There’s more to enjoy than ever at this year’s Defqon.1, including a new Air Bed rave on Sunday, where festival-goers can soak up the sun while listening to hardstyle renditions performed on a piano in concert. And if fitness fanatics need an extra excuse to get the blood pumping, Saturday morning attendees can join the “harder styles workout,” which is set to get off to a wild start as pro trainers take over the UV Stage .
Defqon.1 is set to return June 22-25, 2023. Find out more and buy tickets HERE.