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Glasgow’s Riverside Festival announces 2023 line-up with Mall Grab, Patrick Topping and many more

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Glasgow's biggest electronic music festival, Riverside Festival has just announced its impressive 2023 line-up. Celebrating the milestone tenth edition of the festival on June 3-4 2023, headliners for the weekend include: Mall Grab, Patrick Topping, SHERELLE, Slam, Héctor Oaks, Paula Temple, Patrick Mason and Avalon Emerson among the first names announced.Riverside enjoyed a massive three-day festival across Jubilee weekend earlier this year as dance music fans across Scotland partied at the Transport Museum.

The initial line-up boasts an incredible mix of established international artists, ground-breaking new talents and underground heroes.

Starting the festival off strong, British favourite and global star Patrick Topping is guaranteed to delight fans with his infectious and vitalised house sounds.

Australian producer and DJ Mall Grab is set to be an electrifying highlight, with his infectiously energetic selections making for an epic finish to the first day of the festival.Local legends Éclair Fifi and Big Miz will get the party started in style as they go back to back, while Panorama Bar favourite Avalon Emerson is sure to pack the dancefloor with her trademark maverick and diverse selections.Sundays line-up is set to be a techno lover’s dream, with vinyl-only extraordinaire Hector Oaks and the hard-hitting Paula Temple both confirmed in the first line-up announcement, alongside leaders of Scotland’s techno scene and co-curators of the festival Slam.999999999 (live) will make a powerful return with Charlie Sparks making a Riverside debut with his energy-filled, rhythmic pounding trademark sound which has been electrifying dance floors across the world.

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