UNTOLD Festival 2022 Aftermovie Released

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UNTOLD Festival have released the Aftermovie for 2022’s edition of the festival which seen over 360,000 attendees.

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The festival, which has already been confirmed to be taking place in 2023 between August 3-6th, will be issuing an additional 10,000 ticket sales for members who have already registered at UNTOLD.com, on November 28th 2022.

Over 200 local and international artists such as Above & Beyond, Alok, Claptone, David Guetta, Don Diablo, G-Eazy, Hardwell, Kygo, Lost Frequencies, Major Lazer Soundsystem, Morten, Paul Kalkbrenner, Steve Aoki, Anne-Marie, J Balvin, Amelie Lens, Ann Clue, Boris Brejcha, Tale of Us, Stephan Bodzin, Sebastien Leger, Audiofly, Jan Blomqvist joined the line-up. 

No line-up for the 2023 edition has been announce yet. However, the UNTOLD team recently announced a “Huge Live Act” via their social media channels and showing Poiana Rotundă, which is an area in the Hoia-Baciu forest which has been the source of many stories of paranormal and extra-terrestrial activity for decades.

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