Rock Oyster festival 2023 unveils their third and final headliner for their bumper 2023 edition. Kicking things off on Friday night, Rock Oyster welcomes the almighty dance legends Groove Armada for a DJ set that will likely go down in history!
In 2022 it will be 25 years since Groove Armada debuted, going on to become one of the most successful dance acts of all time. Over two decades of prolific productions and tireless touring they’ve proved that it’s possible to daringly explore a multitude of sounds while achieving critical and commercial success. From the dancehall dub of ‘Superstylin’’ to the crossover pop appeal of ‘Song 4 Mutya (Out of Control)’ and from the dancefloor-igniting ‘I See You Baby’ to the woozy sunset vibes of ‘At The River’, Groove Armada have consistently and uncompromisingly followed their own vision. Each one of those cuts stands alone as a certified classic, revered in the dance music hall of fame for their timeless appeal.
Now the stage is set for an almighty celebration as Groove Armada approach a huge milestone and prepare to mark the anniversary with a return to the road, and plenty of music. Over 25 years the duo have done it all, from huge outdoor performances to intimate parties, traveling the world, delivering their diverse dance floor-focused sound to raucous crowds on every continent. Despite their extensive list of achievements, there’s still plenty of motivation to have another huge party and go the extra mile to make GA25 one to remember, for fans new and old.
Located on the banks of the Camel Estuary on the stunning Cornish coast, Rock Oyster is a 4-day festival and camping holiday taking place from 27-30 July 2023. A voyage of culinary discovery, there’s mouth-watering food from Michelin-starred chefs to creative kitchen wizards, a musical line-up from internationally acclaimed artists, topped off with an adventure and wellbeing programme and plenty of family entertainment for everyone, all in the ultimate UK summer holiday location. Tickets for Rock Oyster are on sale now via www.rockoysterfestival.co.uk. Rock Oyster tickets are also available to purchase via deposit scheme, allowing customers to secure a ticket for just £20 (and booking fee) and pay the balance before midnight on 1st April 2023.
Rock Oyster last year announced the iconic Nile Rodgers & CHIC and kitchen disco queen Sophie Ellis Bextor as headliners. They’re joined on next summer’s bill by London four piece The Big Moon, Mercury prize nominated, Cornish language champion Gwenno and film-maker, musician, documentarist and cultural historian Don Letts.
They also announce another slice of musical delectation as they serve up new additions Hollie Cook, Ferris & Sylvester, Zola Courtney and VC Pines and firm festival favourites Dr Meaker, Land Of The Giants and The Scribes.