Electric Bay Festival announces full lineup ahead of second edition this July

The open-air event returns to the historic grounds of Torre Abbey in Torquay during the peak of the British summertime, bringing with it a score of prominent electronic music talents

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 16th Feb 2023

The south coast's rowdiest open-air affair, Electric Bay Festival has recently revealed the full programme of acts scheduled to perform under the beaming summer sun at its second-ever instalment, taking place over Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th of July this year.

Commandeering the sweeping 7-acre gardens of one of Devon's oldest and most historic monuments, Torre Abbey, the hugely popular festival returns much to the delight of ravers based in Torquay and the surrounding areas.


Set to deliver what looks to be the festival's biggest edition to date, organisers have confirmed performances from a score of sought-after musical acts representing the electronic music scene. Those include Craig David presenting his TS5 show, born out of his exclusive penthouse parties in Miami, Shy FX and Girls Don't Sync, plus Pendulum (live), Andy C, Hedex, Sub Focus and many more. 

The summertime spectacular, situated a stone's throw away from the beautiful blue waters of the English Channel, will also boast a plentiful offering of refreshments courtesy of the area's best food and drink vendors. A holiday and a festival rolled into one. 



Tickets for Electric Bay Festival 2023 will be made available for purchase at 10 am on Tuesday 21st February. Head to the bottom of this page now and sign up for a reminder to ensure you're first in the queue when tickets go on sale. 



Check out our What's On Guide to discover more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.








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