PLK, Bladee, Coely, So La Lune, ELOI, Jeshi, Maureen and Uzi Freyja at #dour2023
Finally! We have officially arrived in 2023, we have made our new year’s resolutions, the days are getting longer and we are beginning, slowly but surely, to imagine next summer and what better than to look ahead and imagine ourselves at Dour?
Book your days off now: the path of the holidays will lead you to Dooour, from 12 to 16 July! Less than 6 months from the event launch, the time has come to give you a recap of the main names on the line up.
Among the newcomers, PLK will unwind his hits during his first visit to Dour on 14 July and prove that he is one of the greatest French-speaking rappers.
Hailing from Stockholm, Bladee, who carries the entire emo rap scene in Scandinavia, if not in Europe, alongside Yung Lean and Ecco2k, nursed on hyperpop, will also tread the ground of the festival for the first time.
The greatest Belgian rapper, aka Coely, marks her return to Dour Festival and will be one of the most anticipated Belgian artists of the year.
A rising artist who has caught the eyes of the biggest names, So La Lune, after dominating the charts of the top rap FR in 2022 with the release of his album “Fissure de vie”, will drop chiaroscuro punchlines on your #dour2023. Rapping about the English social crisis with humour and incisive punchlines, Jeshi, one of the British hip-hop scene’s rising stars, will bring his flow to Dour for the first time. Other Dour debuts include the supercharged experimental rap and trap duo Uzi Freyja and shatta’s rising star Maureen, all the way from Martinique with millions of views on YouTube to her name. Finally, once again making a debut at Dour Festival in July, is ELOI and his hyperpop, rap and gabber universe that makes us want to skate under the wind turbines of Dour and wail out our teenage demons!