After the sold out Easter Edition and after the 2022 edition, which was able to bring more than 50 thousand people to the Tuscan capital, 30% of them from abroad, on Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10, 2023, the best of electronic music returns to Florence thanks to the Decibel OpenAir!

The Italian and international growth of Decibel Open Air is getting stronger and stronger, thanks to a series of confirmations and as many novelties. Among the latter is a new location of more than 100,000 square meters, more usable and able to improve services and logistics, located in the metropolitan city of Florence, at Via Lucchese 161 in Sesto Fiorentino, three kilometers from Peretola airport, just a few minutes from the historic center of the Tuscan capital.

Jäger – Resonance – Zamna – Social Music City

Saturday 9 September 2023
Jäger stage: Peggy Gou, Moderat, Boris Brejcha, Camelphat, Meduza, Dov’è Liana, Speaking Minds (Jäger stage);
Resonance stage: Nico Moreno, I Hate Models, 999999999, Trym, Luca Agnelli, Indira Paganotto, Mattia Trani, Mrphn, Cora Kerj
Zamna stage: WhoMadeWho, Folamour, Brina Knauss, Pôngo, Fivep, Paco S Less

Sunday 10 September 2023 
Jäger stage: Amelie Lens – Salmo – Paul Kalkbrenner – Lazza – Mystery guest – Olympe – Malandra Jr
Social Music City stage: Jamie Jones B2B Loco Dice, Ilario Alicante, Amémé, Marco Faraone, Honeyluv, Earthlife, The Florentian Cabaret
Resonance stage: Dyen, Anfisa Letyago, Charlie Sparks, Klangkuenstler, Adiel, Daria Kolosova, Raven, Sara Mozzillo

Not to be missed are Meduza, the most listened to Italian artists on Spotify (July 18) with 22 million monthly listeners who recently surpassed the band Måneskin (with 21 million) and with their new single “Phone” featuring Sam Tompkings and Em Beihold.

After a super performance at the Ferrara Summer Festival, Korean star Peggy Gou returns to Italy, topping all international charts with her new single “(It Goes Like) Na Na Na” (over 50M Spotify plays in 1 month), which anticipates her album due later this year.

Moderat also returns after their July 11 date at Sequoie Music Park, and he, the legendary Paul Kalkbrenner, is also back for the third time: the German artist is among the most decisive in the history of electronic music, thanks to his 12 albums, his cult film “Berlin Calling” and its soundtrack, his live show in front of the Brandenburg Gate for the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall (over 500,000 spectators), and so much more.

We can’t wait to hear the much-loved Camelphat and AMÉMÉ, DJ/producer from Benin and Black Coffee’s protégé who just performed at W1 in Tomorrowland Adscendo and welcome back the superwomen:
Belgian queen Amelie Lens; Spain’s Indira Paganotto increasingly on the rise internationally; and the talented Siberian Anfisa Letyago now followed discographically by Sony Music International.

Big surprises? Italian rappers SALMO and LAZZA!
SALMO. Eclectic, nonconformist, provocative, with 3 billion total streams, 68 platinum records and 43 gold records – he was the first rap-crossover rock artist to perform at San Siro Stadium (on July 6, 2022), in front of 50 thousand people, and with his live shows he offers an always new show where music and creativity are combined with a charge and energy that have always characterized his performances.

LAZZA. Last year his album “Sirio” was the best-selling album in Italy, and remained at the top FIMI/Gfk spot for 21 weeks, totaling more than 1 billion streams: 2022 ended triumphantly, Lazza started 2023 in the best way with the second place of “Cenere” at the Sanremo Festival, and then continued with his OUVER-TOUR in the palasport and Arena di Verona (all dates sold out); the summer tour, LAZZA OUVERTOUR SUMMER 2023 will end in September right at Decibel Open Air.

Info & tickets:
Ticketing partner: DICE
[Decibel Open Air is a production Decibel Eventi, Nautilus Event, Vivo Concerti]

Get ready to Decibel Open Air 2023 with their Spotify playlists of the stages!