Florence’s Decibel Open Air Festival reveals full lineup

Featuring Peggy Gou, Moderat, Boris Brejcha, Amelie Lens, Paul Kalkbrenner, and more.

Photo Credit: Decibel Open Air – Official

The Decibel Open Air festival is returning to the city of Florence in Italy on September 9th and 10th, 2023, following the success of the sold-out Easter and 2022 editions.

On the event’s first day, September 9th, the lineup includes Peggy Gou, Moderat, Boris Brejcha, Camelphat, Meduza, Dov’è Liana, Speaking Minds, Nico Moreno, I Hate Models, 999999999, Trym, Luca Agnelli, Indira Paganotto, Mattia Trani, Mrphn, Cora Kerj, WhoMadeWho, Folamour, Brina Knauss, Pôngo, Fivep, and Paco S Less.

For the second day, September 10th, the artists invited are Amelie Lens, Salmo, Paul Kalkbrenner, Lazza, Olympe, Malandra Jr, Jamie Jones B2B Loco Dice, Ilario Alicante, Amémé, Marco Faraone, Honeyluv, Earthlife, The Florentian Cabaret, Dyen, Anfisa Letyago, Charlie Sparks, Klangkuenstler, Adiel, Daria Kolosova, Raven, and Sara Mozzillo.

This year the Decibel Open Air Festival is expanding to a new location that spans over 100,000 square meters in the metropolitan city of Florence, located at Via Lucchese 161 in Sesto Fiorentino. The new space is more accessible and will improve services and logistics, being just three kilometers away from Peretola Airport and a few minutes away from the historic center of the Tuscan capital.

The organizers have also announced the day-to-day and stage-by-stage schedule.

For more info and tickets click here.

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