Black Coffee and Loco Dice join AMÉMÉ, Apollonia, CamelPhat and many more for SXM Festival 2023
Caribbean-based electronic music event SXM Festival is set to take over the picturesque island of Saint Martin once more with a juicy line-up featuring the likes of Black Coffee, Loco Dice, AMÉMÉ, Apollonia, CamelPhat and many more.
Set to run from March 8th – 12th 2023, the second phase of international DJ talent heading out to SXM Festival has just been revealed. As well as the aforementioned Grammy Award-winning South African artist Black Coffee, and Desolat label co-founder Loco Dice, further additions to the line-up include Puerto Rico’s Natalia Roth, Moody Jones, and Anthony Middleton of Audiofly.
Further highlights of Phase 2 include Moroccan electronic music ambassador Amine K, members of the Scenarios collective and label Emanuel Satie and Maga, as well as respected French export Oxia, along with a diverse mix of veteran and rising names including Jean Pierre, Layla Benitez, Paolo Rocco, Ms Mada, Paso Doble, Underher, Airrica, Wahm, and more.
These latest additions join previously announced names including Grammy-nominated, triple platinum production duo CamelPhat, Music On leader Marco Carola, pioneering electronic producer Dubfire, and the musical experience of Astra Club – a b2b set from DJ Tennis and Carlita. And that’s from all!
The line-up’s international variety extends further with emerging West African DJ and producer AMÉMÉ, Palestinian DJ Maher Daniel, French exports Apollonia and YokoO, Berlin-based DJ and producer Gene On Earth, and German producer and co-founder of the Common Sense People event series Konstantin Sibold, amongst others.
In the atmospheric and paradisiacal setting of Saint Martin, an array of amazing party venues awaits, such as the legendary Happy Bay – a secluded private beach nestled into the jungle.
Other highlights include Boho Beach Club, the perfect place to chill out and escape during the day, and the infamous Villa Party, accessible only with a VIP ticket.
For further information and tickets head to www.sxmfestival.com.