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Lost In Music will take place again on October 4th – 7th, 2023 – Gettomasa, Joalin and The Holy starring the festival’s first artist release

Today’s most interesting live music will take over Tampere again in October when Lost In Music 2023 fills the city with a stunning 100-artist lineup, of which the festival is now announcing the first three names. Lost In Music’s artist search is open for application until March 31, 2023.


The first headliner to be released from this year’s Lost In Music lineup is Gettomasa, who released his new multi award-winning album Vastustamaton in November. The Jyväskylä-grown artist has steadily cemented his position in Finnish rap music and is now more popular than ever. In addition, Lost In Music’s lineup is featuring Joalin, a 3.5 million-follower social media influencer, who has recently aroused interest in the music business as well, plus internationally noted indie-rock band The Holy, who will perform promoting their much awaited third album. More artist announcements are to be expected after the end of the artist search during the coming months.


As in previous years, Lost In Music will spread around venues in Tampere, giving the spotlight for hottest emerging artists and bands of various genres. The venue setting of the festival consists of many familiar and well-known venues, as well as a few new ones taking part in Lost In Music for the first time ever. 


Early Bird sale of the full 4-day festival wristband starts on Friday, March 24, 2023 at 10:00 AM online at www.lostinmusic.fi/tickets.


LOST IN MUSIC, 4-7 October 2023, Tampere

Gettomasa, Joalin, The Holy + many more





Additional information and interviews:

Pietu Sepponen / Promoter

[email protected]

tel. +358 (0)445566113