Following its debut last year, Dream Valley has made an instant impact as one of Europe’s fastest growing festivals to date. Combining art, dance music and an immersive world, Dream Valley has rapidly become a major event in the festival calendar that is propelled by an audience of youthful, diverse dreamers and 2023 sees the second edition return bigger and better.

A celebration of dance music’s finest, the festival will see thousands of dreamers descend on the picturesque Great Lines Heritage Park in Medway, Kent on Saturday 27th May and lose themselves in the sound of over 100 of the electronic elite across seven unique stages, immersive art installations, Dining Under The Sky, wellbeing workshops including ‘Just Breathe’ classes and more.

Organisers of Dream Valley have just dropped the third phase lineup, which sees renowned disco party brand Disco Disco announced as a brand new stage host, alongside four more heavyweight dance DJs to bring in the May bank holiday weekend in style.

Disco Disco is one of London’s most popular party brands, which brings non-stop feel-good vibes, infectious energy and loud, colourful production to its nights to compliment the genre’s era. Its ethos is to bring together people from all walks of life, all across the world. The brand was born back in 2018 with the vision to bring true, old school, classic dance music back into the scene – specifically disco. Disco music was influential in the development of electronic dance music, house music, techno, hip-hop and more, so founders felt the need to create a community that was dedicated solely to disco, disco and more disco!

Taking to the decks on the newly announced stage is NYC’s Natasha Diggs,who has previously played alongside Mark Ronson, Erykah Badu and Grandmaster Flash to name a few. She has even been one of a very small number of DJs to play at the United Nations, spinning for the launch of the World Youth Report. A global force to reckoned with, Natasha is now one of the world’s most sought-after DJs and festival goers can expect her set to have them dancing all night long.

Skream, one of the UK’s best-loved selectors and dubstep pioneers who formed part of dub supergroup Magnetic Man, joins her to play the best of his diverse sounds. Despite only being in his thirties, Skream has achieved more than most do in a lifetime since he stepped onto the scene over 15 years ago and continues to sell out shows across the globe.

Also hailing from the Magnetic Man trio, Skream’s right hand man Artwork will make an appearance on the Disco Disco stage alongside him to showcase his freestyle sound which combines techno, house and disco. Having previously sold out his residencies at the likes of London’s XOYO, Artwork is known for his energetic beats and deep, disco grooves.

Gerd Janson, described by Resident Advisor as ‘one of the hottest talents on the German DJ circuit’, joins them to bring his soulful house and disco cuts to Dream Valley. From being at the helm of renowned club nights such as Liquid at Frankfurt’s Robert Johnson, to serving 90s inspired house bangers as co-owner of the Running Back label, Janson’s talent is unmatched for many.

The four powerhouses join one of deep house music’s originators Kerri Chandler and ODEN & Fatzo (LIVE), known for their psychedelic infused beats, over on the Defected stage and Folamour (A/V) who brings his poetic house sound to the Glitterbox stage alongside Dimitri from Paris and Dan Shake.

The Dream Valley x Appetite stage will celebrate up-and-coming talent producing revolutionary techno music and be fronted by the global ambassador of techno himself Marco Carola. Joining him are Paris underground’s hottest exports Apollonia, fresh Amsterdam duo ANOTR, Chris Stussy, known for his head-turning house tracks, Rossi, whose sets are inspired by the European minimal groove scene, Sweely, one of France’s most eclectic producers and Liverpool DJ Paige Tomlinson, who won Defected Records’ Unsung Heroes talent competition last year.

Global event brand and record label LoveJuice also returns to Dream Valley for its second year with Alex Mills, the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers, KISS FM DJ and presenter Majestic, LoveJuice founder George Mensah, LoveJuice resident Sammy Porter and more.

Manchester’s rising star Interplanetary Criminal, famous for his track Baddest Of Them All with Eliza Rose which was the soundtrack of summer 2022, will take his distinctly UK sound to the DanceOnArrival stage, bringing dreamers the finest of garage, rave and dub mixes.

Described as ‘unreal’ and ‘the best festival they’ve been to so far’ by people that attended last year, Dream Valley 2023 is one not to miss.

Sign ups are now live for third release tickets online at


Dream Valley Festival

Great Lines Heritage Park

Medway, Kent

Saturday 27th May 2023

11AM – 10PM

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