Aberdeen’s Cultivate Festival share third phase of their Fall Edition line-up

The North East of Scotland’s biggest electronic music festival, Cultivate, has announced the third phase of artists joining them for an unmissable Fall Edition on Bank Holiday Weekend 23 & 24 September 2023.

Rapidly rising star Ben Hemsley is set to make his Cultivate headline debut. Standing out from the masses with his daring and captivating productions, Newcastle based Hemsley is a force to be reckoned with.

Joining him are all female collective Girls Don’t Sync who exploded onto the scene in 2021. Made up of the firestarters G33, Matty, Hannah Lynch and Sophia Violet, they’ve been running up dance floors with their high energy Dancehall, Garage & Funky blends. 

German producer MCR-T, always playful and experimental and known for his fast beats, joins the line-up alongside Scottish DJ and producer Van Damn, who runs Dundee’s All Good parties and the Good Trax label and Glasgow based VXYX, known for her futuristic and hard dance sets.

True to its name, Cultivate is an event that seeks to ‘cultivate’ homegrown talent and foster a sense of community. This is reflected in the announcement today with a host of Scottish rising stars confirmed: 2nd Face, All Good, All Night Passion, BCB Collective, Bohemia, Calowae, Dannsa, DEMS, EmJanero, Fa!th / Knees Up, Femmes Fatale, Floor Above, Household, Ignite, Kintra, Limbo, McCart, Oakley Carter, RARE Collective, REYKA, Room2welve, Stand B-SIDE, Szentek, Tais Toi, TLF, and Voyage

They join previously announced acts blk., Christian Rogers, D.O.D., GHSTGHSTGHST, KIMMIC, Juicy RomanceSara Landry and Creeds.

Tickets on sale now here.