ION Festival announces 2023 festival & line-up

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ION Festival returns to the shores of Albania after a successful 2022 launch.

ION Festival will return to Dhërmi for its 7 day festival beside the Ionian Sea from the 6th – 23rd September 2023. First acts to be announced include Chaos In The CBD, Daniel Avery, Dixon, DJ Seinfeld, DJ Stingray, Francesco Del Garda, Gene On Earth, HAAi, Helena Hauff, Laurine, Nicolas Lutz, Otik, Sam Bangura, Sonja Moonear, Storm Mollison & many more.

These artists will be playing multiple sets across the week, relieving them of the time constraints of a traditional festival. The performers will be allowed to experiment and exercise their freedom to push the limits of their craft. The result? A boundless electronic soundtrack to your adventure as you embark on new terrain, dancing through a realm few have even had the opportunity to walk.

The festival will take place by the Ionian Sea, on the outskirts of Europe, with untouched sands complimenting the clear, pristine ocean waters. The deep greens of the Ceraunian mountains towering over the location act as a backdrop for the utopian beach settings, emphasizing the feel of the remote landscape.

The festival will include a restoration schedule running throughout the week. This includes yoga, breathwork and other activities. The opportunity to realign yourself will be available to book for anyone regardless of experience or background.

Tickets will be available from Thursday 8th December exclusively for 2022 bookers. Those who signed up via the ION website will have the opportunity to secure their space at ION Festival the following day (Friday 9th December). For anyone hoping to secure the most cost-effective packages and accommodation bookings nearest the beach and festival site, they would strongly advise making your booking as early as possible. Tickets will be sold with a £75 deposit.

To secure a ticket and keep up to date with the line-up check out the ION Festival website and follow them on Instagram.

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