Two fresh acts join the already impressive BD Festival ‘Day Of The Dead’ line-up this year. ‘Baddest Of Them All’ star Eliza Rose and Circoloco favourite Cici both make their way to Glendalough House on October 30th.

BD Festival has not held back with its announcements for this years ‘Day of the Dead’ edition. Featuring some of the finest Irish and international talent there is to offer with acts like blk., Disfreq, Ejeca, Chantel Kavanagh, Yasmin Gardezi, Tini Gessler, Eve, Riot Code, 999999999 (live) and Outburst already announced for this iteration of the festival with Eliza Rose and Cici now added to the bill.

Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal’s smash hit B.O.T.A (Baddest Of Them All) has taken the summer 2022 airwaves and dance-floors by storm. With shows already announced in Sligo and Dublin she will now be making her Irish festival debut at BD Festival this winter.

B.O.T.A has seen a meteoric rise this summer and has become arguably one of the most important house tracks of the last decade. The empowering anthem has swept across the globe this summer and landed at number one in various countries. Eliza notably became the first female DJ to top the UK charts in over 20 years.

CiCi has swiftly risen through the ranks of the international dance music industry of late. The Irish native has been performing at a considerable amount of high profile shows, frequently playing across Europe. Primarily in Ibiza, sharing line-ups with Carl Cox, Amelie Lens, Ben Klock, Carl Craig, Disclosure, Antal and more.

Having previously released on Mella Dee’s Warehouse Music imprint and becoming a common name on numerous Circoloco line-ups in Ibiza, Boiler Room in London, Fabric London and being tipped as one of Mixmag’s Breakthrough DJs of 2021. It’s fair to say the Irish native is seeing her fair share of success and we cannot wait to see what she has in store for Day of the Dead on October 30th.

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