Festival No.23

  • Venue
    Lancemore Macedon Ranges
    • 1030 Kilmore-Lancefield Rd, Lancefield VIC 3435
  • Date
    7 Feb 2020
    Fri 17:00 - Sun 20:00
  • Attending
    • 8
  • Festival No.23 is a new, boutique electronic music and arts festival in the Macedon Ranges. Only an hour from Melbourne in a unique setting where camping festival meets luxury resort and a curated program of music showcasing some of the most innovative acts on the international festival stage and a huge domestic line up. International lineup highlights include: Detroit Techno innovator, Stacey Pullen, deep house force Osunlade (US), Trus’me (UK), Oceanvs Orientalis (Turkish live act pushing the limits of what 4/4 music is), Dave Dinger and Mimi Love (Berlin - Bachstelzen / Bar25), acid synth selectors RSS Disco (Hamburg), live electronic trio Wareika (Hamburg), Kiko (Paris - Get Physical), Traumer, a key player in the Parisian club scene, Denmark’s Ida Daugaard, Melina Serser from Uruguay, international festival wizard, Tiago Oudman (Portugal), Saphire Slows (Japan) and Freq Nasty (NZ) Domestic Lineup Highlights: Thank You City (Live), Moe Aloha, Anyo, Lucca Tan, Tahl, Sundelin, Philosophia, Honeysmack, Dayle, Dinobitch, Danni B, Chis NG, Gabri-L and more. Just an hour drive from Melbourne the festival offers the unique choice of onsite camping (all tickets include camping), or upgrading to a glamping or hotel room experience. Situated on 274 acres of the Australian bush, the site features lush camping, a freshwater dam, plunge pool, tennis courts and an amazing hotel complex, Lancemore Macedon Ranges. “The environment is really important to us. We needed a place that was accessible and a hidden oasis. The Macedon Ranges site is perfect. It’s got amazing bushland and this awesome hotel infrastructure we’re using to host our dance floors, camp site, workshops, immersive art installations and outdoor activities.” - Festival 23 Creative Director Matt Bonner (ex creative director of Let Them Eat Cake NYD Festival)
  • Festival No.23 - Flyer front