Festival Coverage

North Coast Music Festival 2023: Lineup Drop [Preview]

Featured photo by Alive Coverage.

North Coast Music Festival recently released its initial 2023 lineup, and boy, is it stacked. Taking place September 1-3, 2023, at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, IL, this is not a festival you want to miss. 

The lineup features headliners Zeds Dead, Marshmello, and Flume, along with some other heavy hitters Ganja White Night, Alesso, Liquid Stranger, Alison Wonderland, and the B2B combo of Big Gigantic and NGHTMRE, GiganticNGHTMRE.

Additionally, the North Coast team has ensured our preparedness for these headliners by filling the rest of the lineup with some incredible acts. We’ve got Wreckno, Jantsen, Jauz, Zomboy, Maddy O’Neal, Wuki, Yung Bae, and many more. We’d be shocked if you aren’t nice and amped up after all of that!

Photo courtesy of North Coast Music Festival – taken by Jay Strausser Visuals

As always, North Coast also supports the local music scene by showcasing a handful of up-and-coming midwest talent. Some sets we suggest you add to your schedule include Phox, Zyn, Saigga B2B Yunit, Able Grey, Anova, and Drty Drty.  There’s a variety of talented locals on that undercard from all over the genre spectrum; it’s sure to be a party all weekend at the side stages! 

You can check out more about the full lineup here.

Now, this festival’s team not only tends to get its lineup right, but they also pull out all the stops for the festival experience. Whether you’re hanging in the Rainbow Lounge, climbing on board the S.S. Bam at the North Coast Yacht Club, or relaxing on a pillow mountain in the Chill Dome, there’s plenty for every coastie to do. 

Find out more about the various installations and experiences North Coast offers here.

Teryx at the Incendia Fire Pit – North Coast 2022

Tickets are available now at GA, VIP, and Platinum tiers. Get yours here

You can find answers to other frequently asked questions right here

We cannot wait to be back at SeatGeek with all of you! Get your tickets now, and we will see you all on Labor Day weekend! 

Check out our full 2022 photo album here. Our review of last year’s event can be found here.

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