*Featured Cover Image Courtesy: Hocus Pocus Miami / Factory Town / Insomniac
Hocus Pocus Miami, in conjunction with Club Space owners Link Miami Rebels and Insomniac, has unveiled the lineup for the 2023 edition. The festival will start on the weekend of October 27-29 at Factory Town, the wickedly awesome and innovative music venue in the Miami suburb of Hialeah (and also a hotspot during Miami Music Week 2023). According to the festival’s Instagram post, it will have 48 artists across three stages during that weekend.
Just like the always-unforgettable Electric Daisy Carnival, each festival day starts from sunset and ends at sunrise. Here are some significant details to learn about the lineup of the 2023 edition. This lineup will surely start off another fantastic Halloween week for fans attending the festival.
Tickets are flying so act now. You can buy a 3 day pass from $96.30 or you can buy single day tickets from $42.80. You might as well cop the 3 day pass and sneak a little party on Sunday at the very least. Get your tickets here.
The Lineup & Set Times
Some of the headliners include the likes of Maceo Plex, Camelphat, Loco Dice, and Nicole Moudaber. Additionally, the rest of the 44 artists who are joining the aforementioned four headliners can be found at the following three stages: Infinity Room, Espacio Proximo, and Cypress End. Furthermore, the lineup at the 2023 edition is surely a grand celebration of many of the best current stars of house and techno. Check out the lineup poster below and also, click on this link to purchase the 3-Day pass for this year’s festival.
Friday is stacked with melodic techno from Miss Monique, Innellea (who hasn’t played Miami in a minute), Camelphat and Maceo Plex. Don’t sleep on the hilarious Stella Bossi over on Espacio Proximo and feel the local love at Cypress End.
Saturday is tech house night with Astra Club, Jamies Jones b2b Seth Troxler and Loco Dice. If you like things a bit harder check out Ellen Allien on Espacio Proximo.
Since it’s Miami Sunday is just as poppin as the other nights. Sunday combines the best in melodic, techno, and house music. Kick things off with Colyn and his Afterlife vibes, then ANNA and Ida Engberg prove to be a real treat playing b2b, then Paco Osuna and Nicole Moudaber turn things up a notch before Miami’s favorite transplant, John Summit, closes out. Don’t sleep on Hot Since 82 and Stephan Jolk on the other stages as well.