New to Skiddle: Creamfields North 2023, Boundary Brighton 2023 and more

Several of the UK’s most popular live music festivals have recently revealed the dates they will be returning to during the 2023 summer season, and the news is bringing us to life here at Skiddle.

Acting as the perfect antidote to the cold and gloomy weather outside, we are already dreaming of the return of those long summer days; standing arm-in-arm with our closest festival mates, moshing, dancing and singing with headliners and world-class DJs.

Creamfields North, One Out Festival and Boundary Brighton are just a few of those whose tickets are currently on sale, featured in this week’s New On Skiddle. And in the meantime, to see us through to the start of the 2023 festival season, there are still plenty of epic music, food, comedy and sporting events just waiting to be experienced.

Browse some of these aforementioned epic experiences in the list below and grab a ticket while you still can…

(Click or tap on event titles, artists or venue names for tickets and more)

Creamfields North 2023

When: From Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 August 2023

Where: Daresbury in Cheshire

Picking up over the August Bank Holiday weekend – Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th August 2023 – the UK’s premier electronic music event will once again offer what many consider to be the best dance music lineup this side of Atlantic.

Following this year’s 25th anniversary celebrations, next year’s edition will go even further as more than 300 of the world’s most in-demand electronic names take to the festival’s groundbreaking stages, to perform a house score , techno, drum n bass, trance and rave anthems.

Tickets, we can absolutely assure you, will sell out for Creamfields North 2023. They still do. Don’t delay, get yours now.

Find tickets for Creamfields North 2023 – here

Brighton 2023 limit

When: Saturday, September 30, 2023

Where: Stanmer Park in Brighton

Another mammoth music festival returns in 2023. The South Coast’s largest outdoor music gathering spans an impressive 60 miles, with four striking stages where punters can usually witness some of the names the most sought after in electronic music. what they do best. But don’t stop at music…

Delivering that authentic Brighton spirit, the festival proudly supports a handful of local brands that offer delicious local specialties and other unexpected treats. There is also a vintage amusement park to enjoy, for all the thrill seekers.

Push your festival experience to the limit next summer at Boundary Brighton.

Find tickets for Boundary Brighton 2023 – here

Central Cee at Warehouse Project

When: From Friday 2 to Saturday 3 December 2022

Where: Depot (Mayfield) in Manchester

The name of rising emcee, Central Cee or ‘Cench’ was announced as the latest title from The Warehouse Project. The 24-year-old has quickly risen to the top of the UK rap scene with his lyrical skills earning him lots of love and attention not just here at home, but across the United States as well.

He recently reached number 1 on the UK charts with his latest mixtape, 23, his career trajectory has since changed drastically. Now that the stars are fully in his sights, he will take charge of Depot Mayfield in December to showcase his world-renowned talent in front of up to 10,000 passionate hip-hop fans.

Find tickets for Central Cee at The Warehouse Project – here

Melting Pot presents A Night At The Museum

When: Saturday, October 29, 2022

Where: Riverside Museum in Glasgow

People of Glasgow – ‘Decadence, excess, glamor and music’ are the order of the day at Melting Pot’s upcoming Halloween party.

Residing above the Riverside Museum for one night only, the reliable team behind the brand will provide a unique opportunity to celebrate the coming of All Hallows Eve, in what is easily one of the most notable venues in town.

Guests will be encouraged to dress up and immerse themselves in one of the most incredible parties of the year. A top-notch soundtrack will highlight the pattern of modern dance music, showcasing the records that influenced the New York disco phenomenon in the 70s and changed music and clubbing forever.

Look out for the Balearic cocktail bar and the original Ghostbusters car, Ecto-1, which arrives at the museum especially for Halloween.

Find tickets for Melting Pot presents A Night At The Museum – here

One Out Festival 2023

When: Saturday, September 16, 2023

Where: Apps Court Farm in Walton-on-Thames

Festivals, festivals and more festivals. Can we already fast forward to summer 2023? Please?

It died out at Apps Court Farm this year and much more of the same is on the cards for next September’s One Out festival. So what can you expect at this now highly anticipated annual festival? A stunning location in the heart of the county with lush green fields all around, an almost unrivaled roster of electronic titans (this year’s headliners included Roger Sanchez and Hannah Wants) and multiple stages offering jaw-dropping production and the best house and nightclub.

Are you in London and already dreaming of a summer getaway next year? Look no further. A rejuvenating break and party all rolled into one – One Out Festival is where it’s at.

Find tickets for One Out Festival 2023 – here

The Loft Manchester – October Lineup

When: From Saturday October 1 to Sunday October 30, 2022

Where: The MCR Loft in Manchester

Manchester venue The Loft has unveiled an impressive list of parties for us to see throughout October, featuring an array of heavyweight headliners alongside some of the world’s best new wave DJs and the city’s ever-growing pool of qualified selectors. .

Appearing across 6 stellar events, DJ names and esteemed collectives like Paranoid London, 01366, Matrixxman, Future.666, Lyza, Yant, PALOMA. and many more will curate a next-level soundtrack, traversing an eclectic mix of electronic genres – from acid house and techno to garage and electro.

Experience mesmerizing and energetic sets at Manchester’s most intimate rave space this month. Tickets and more details are on the link below…

Find tickets for The Loft Manchester – October Lineup – here

The Enemy – Official Afterparty (Glasgow)

When: From Friday 21 to Saturday 22 October 2022

Where: Fire water in Glasgow

Indie icons of the 2000s, The Enemy have made their long-awaited return to the stage this year, announcing a “Reunion Tour” which will take the much-loved trio to cities across the UK in October and November. One of 20 scheduled stops on the current series of dates is Scotland’s city of culture, Glasgow.

Tickets for the event at the O2 Academy have, unsurprisingly, sold out. However, if you want to party with the band into the wee hours of Saturday October 21, an afterparty will take place at Firewater – an underground bar and venue located on Glasgow’s infamous Sauchiehall Street.

Tickets are in high demand. Get them now before it’s too late.

Find tickets for The Enemy – Official Afterparty (Glasgow) – here

Boiler room: Bristol

When: Friday, October 14, 2022

Where: Property in Bristol

Boiler Room, renowned underground music broadcaster and party collective, added another date at Bristol’s Propyard this month in response to high demand for tickets to the announced first show, which is now sold out.

The second takeover of the venue, a former factory transformed into a platform for quality food, art and live music, will see all-new lineup commandeer the in-house sound system from 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. on next day, with details of the line-up. announced this week.

Electronic artists such as Skin On Skin, Kilimanjaro, Surusinghe, A For Alphaaa and a very special guest, who has yet to be announced, will provide the mood for all day Saturday. Expect the same high level of talent in theaters on Friday, October 14.

Find tickets for Boiler Room: Bristol – here

Christian Löffler lives in London

When: Friday, May 19, 2023

Where: Rotunda in London

Self-taught producer, instrumentalist and visual artist Christian Löffler brings his distinct melancholic sound to London’s Roadhouse next year, as part of a short string of dates across Europe in May.

The German artist, who runs deep house label Ki Records, has recently been making a splash again by releasing new solo tracks in the wake of last year’s experimental EP, Parallels, a project which saw the 37-year-old partner with Deutsche Grammophon’s Shellac project. The project, created in partnership with Google Arts & Culture, sees the label dig into its “Yellow Label” archive to reveal previously unreleased historical recordings and remastered catalog rarities.

Parallels focuses specifically on the reworking of classic Beethoven arrangements with Löffler stating: “Listening to the recordings, I got the idea that Beethoven’s music was actually very human and accessible but has become somewhat supernatural with decades of replay and reflection. I wanted to bring it back to the very basic feelings.”

Check out his latest single, “New Fires,” below and grab tickets to see the intriguing soundscape designer at the link…

Find tickets for Christian Löffler lives in London – here

Check out our What’s On guide for even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head over to our Things to Do page or get inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.



Jan G. Gilbert