Jorja Smith, Thievery Corporation and Saint Levant will headline Azimuth 2023

The two-day music festival will kick off a whole host of flagship festivals and other events as part of AlUla Moments.

After weeks of anticipation among melomaniacs, the entire line-up of global names set to perform at Azimuth 2023 has been announced — and it’s as diverse as we predicted. Among the international stars set to take the stage on 21 and 22 September are English singer-songwriter Jorja Smith, American electronic duo Thievery Corporation, and Australian singer Chet Faker.

Indie sensation Dope Lemon, northern Mali’s own TINARIWEN, Australian singer and record producer RY X, and US-based Arab musician Saint Levant are also confirmed for what promises to be an unforgettable two-day music extravaganza. And in case you missed it, regional acts like Vinyl Mode, Cosmicat, Dish Dash, Baloo, and KAYAN were announced earlier this summer. Taking place over the long Saudi National Day weekend, Azimuth 2023 will take attendees into the heart of ancient AlUla, where towering monuments and desert landscapes will set the scene for 25 electrifying acts.

Azimuth 2023 marks the debut appearance of several international artists in both Saudi Arabia and the broader Middle East. The upcoming third edition’s captivating performances will be complemented by a selection of food and beverage options, as well as a showcase of local businesses. Four categories of tickets, now on sale, include single-day general admission, single-day premium, full-weekend general admission, and full-weekend premium. General admission ticket holders will have access to all stages, while premium ticket holders can avail of premium lounge access, complimentary food and drinks, and valet parking.

Incidentally, Azimuth 2023 will kick things off in the AlUla Moments calendar, which also hosts the likes of Winter at Tantora, AlUla Wellness Festival, AlUla Arts Festival, AlUla Skies, and more. Collectively, they offer a selection of experiences in the realms of art, culture, music, nature, wellness, equestrianism, food and astronomy, celebrating the legacy of the civilisations that once called AlUla their home.

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