Dot To Dot Festival has announced the first wave of acts for its 2023 edition – check out the line-up so far below.
The multi-venue event, which showcases new and emerging talent, is due to take place in Bristol on Saturday, May 27 and Nottingham on Sunday, May 28 next year.
Elsewhere on the current line-up are Nell Mescal, Cathy Jain, Personal Trainer, Divorce, Heartworms, Cryalot, Nix Northwest, Mickey Callisto and Yot Club. According to organisers, “many more” artists are to be confirmed in the coming months.
Second tier tickets for Dot To Dot 2023 are on general sale now for £25 (plus booking fees) – you can purchase yours here. Visit the festival’s official website for further information, and check out the announcement post below.
D2D 2023 FIRST ARTISTS REVEALED
We’re hyped to announce the first artists joining the bill for 2023, returning to Bristol 27th May & Nottingham 28th May! We can’t wait to bring the most exciting emerging talent
— Dot To Dot Nottingham (@d2dnottingham) November 9, 2022
Yard Act released their Mercury Prize-nominated debut album, ‘The Overload’, back in January. Per a press release, the Leeds band performed on smaller stages at the 2021 edition of Dot To Dot prior to their hugely successful 2022.
Canadian group Alvvays, meanwhile, returned with their third record ‘Blue Rev’ last month. In a four-star review, NME wrote: “[The album] stands as an ode to continuing to evolve despite obstacles, slowly honing and tweaking your craft, and keeping on moving. It’s another total delight from the Canadians.”
“We do need some time to record it,” frontman James Smith told NME. “We’ve not had time yet. We’re going to crack on with it.”
Before their Dot To Dot dates, Yard Act will play a short run UK and Ireland headline shows next spring “in four of the greatest venues these fair isles have ever seen”, including the O2 Academy Brixton in London.
The band will first hit the road later this month for a sold-out UK tour.
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