Coely, Protoje, Earl Sweatshirt: Couleur Café adds nine new names to 2023 line-up

Coely, Protoje, Earl Sweatshirt: Couleur Café adds nine new names to 2023 line-up
Couleur Café festival in 2022. Credit: Ugo Realfonzo/The Brussels Times

Couleur Café, which will take place at the foot of the Atomium in Osseghem Park from 23 to 25 June this year, has revealed another 11 artists who will be performing at this edition of the well-loved Brussels festival.

The festival announced three Belgian artists that have taken the hip-hop scene by storm with their distinctive style: Peet, a do-it-yourself musician from Brussels who will put a smile on your face; JUICY, a local duo with a catchy and sophisticated sound backed by a fantastic live brass band; and the undisputed icon Coely, whose energy and powerful voice already blew one of the festival's stages away some years ago.

Hip-hop sensation Earl Sweatshirt, part of the Odd Future crew alongside the likes of Tyler the Creator, Frank Ocean and Syd from The Internet, is also landing in Brussels for a special festival performance in Brussels.

For some instant Cuban sunshine, Compota de Manana comes highly recommended, while Jamaican superstar Protoje is back to impress the reggae crowds following his 2019 performance, and London Afrobeat Collective has the finest modern twist on Afrobeat.

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The Dub Stage will host Italian musical duo Wicked and Bonny, as well as their fellow countrymen Dub Engine, and the prodigious French dub master Bisou. Lastly, the drums & keyboard house phenomenon Lander & Adriaan – who played at Couleur Café Club in BUDA BXL last week – will come back to play at the regular festival in June.

A Couleur Café day ticket costs €54, a 3-day combi ticket costs €110, while a combi-ticket with camping access costs €125. For people who prefer a camping car/van over a tent, a Camping Car ticket costs €20 per vehicle.

More info and tickets can be found on the festival website.

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