New Colossus Festival Announces 2nd Wave of Performing Artists

Article Contributed by gratefulweb | Published on Thursday, December 15, 2022

The New Colossus Festival announces the next wave of artists for its 2023 edition. New additions include Bilk (UK), Demob Happy (UK), Grand Sun (PT), Kamikaze Nurse (CA), Low Island (UK), Yndling (NO) and many more will be converging on New York City's Lower East Side 8-12 March 2023. Also announced are A Place to Bury Strangers (US) who are returning to headline their Dedstrange label party after not being able to perform at the 2020 edition. Also on the lineup are very special performances by Beverly (US), Eternal Summers (US) and The Depreciation Guild (US) who are doing reunion shows for Kanine Records 20th Anniversary Party. More details TBA.

Kicking off on Wednesday, March 8, 2022, and running until Sunday, March 12, the festival and its industry conference is an opportunity to discover the next wave of artists from around the world across multiple independent NYC venues including Mercury Lounge, Berlin, Arlene’s Grocery, Bowery Ballroom, Bowery Electric, Heaven Can Wait, and Pianos. 


A Place to Bury Strangers (US)

Beverly (US)


Bloomsday (US)

Borito (IL)

Closebye (CA)

Demob Happy (UK)

Emmrose (US)

Eternal Summers (US)

First Crush (US)


Gold Lake (ES)

Gossamer Blue (CA)

Grand Sun (PT)


jackie (CA)

Kacey Fifield (US)

Kamikaze Nurse (CA)

Kryxis (US)

layzi (US)

Low Island (UK)


Miesha and The Spanks (CA)

Noah And The Loners (UK)

Nutrients (CA)

Paper Lady (US)

Percocet (US)

S.C.A.B. (US)

The Chairs (TW)

The Depreciation Guild (US)

The Down & Outs (US)

The Silver Lines (UK)

The Vices (NL)

to the wedding (US)

Totalement Sublime (CA)

VLURE (Scotland)

Yndling (NO)

Yo Diablo (ES)

Returning for its fourth edition, The New Colossus Festival has since established itself as the first stop in the US for many emerging international artists from diverse backgrounds. The festival is a celebration of music honoring New York City’s long-standing tradition of welcoming the world to its shores.

Watch for more details and the full festival schedule coming in February.