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AVA Festival 2019 announces full-up


AVA Festival and Conference in Belfast have announced the line-up for their 5th Edition set to take place over Friday 31st May – Saturday 1st June.

The event is split between a free daytime conference at The MAC on Friday 31st May, and all-out-party at the epic ex B&Q warehouse on Boucher Road  (FRI + SAT).

2019’s edition will be the biggest yet including Motor City Drum EnsembleBen UFOThe Black MadonnaAvalon EmersonLen FakiCall Super, Honey Dijon, Blawan and Daniel Avery and all heading to Belfast.

AVA has been committed to supporting the Irish arts since its inception and has since become an incubator for local talent across the North and the South of the country, fostering local scenes and providing emerging DJ’s a platform. Flying the flag for Ireland is Hotflush signee Or:la, genre-bending Saoirse who’s selections span electro, house, dub, jazz and everything in between, Silgo, Brame and Hamo, Holly Lester, Swoose and Sally C who is known best for her 80’s and 90’s house selections will also take part in the weekend festivities.

The annual free conference for festivagoers andnd the public, offering an insight into the industry from practitioners, agents, label heads and artists who’ll form part of the two day programme of panels, workshops and keynotes alike.

Tickets for the Festival are on the fourth release already so act fast.

The AVA Conference on Friday 31st May is 100% FREE to attend for all those that register, so there’s no excuse to miss this. Register Here >>

Full line-up:
Avalon Emerson // Ben Sims // Ben UFO // The Black Madonna // Blawan // Daniel Avery // Honey Dijon // Horse Meat Disco // Len Faki // Mall Grab // MCDE // Palms Trax // Randomer // Rebekah // Special Request // Brame + Hamo // Call Super // Courtesy // Cromby // DJ Boring // Eclair Fifi // Haai // Hammer // Holly Lester // Jasss // Krystal Klear // LNS // Myler // Nez // Or:la // Sally C // Saoirse // Skatebard // Swoose // The Drifter // Timmy Stewart + JMX // Twitch // Willow // Acid Flex // Bekuz X Influx // Brién // Cait // Carlton // Doom // Cave DJz // Daire // Dallas // DART // EVE // High Hoops // Inside Moves // Jika Jika // Kessler // LOR // Marion Hawkes // Mark Blair // Mount Palomar (Live) // Noah // Pear // R.Kitt (Live) // Raw Silk // Venus Dupree

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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