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AVA Festival is bringing VTSS, LSDXOXO and Logic1000 to Belfast

SHERELLE, Ross From Friends and Mura Masa are also playing the 2022 edition of the festival

  • Words: Aneesa Ahmed | Photo: The Hype Factory / Lewis McClay
  • 26 January 2022
AVA Festival is bringing VTSS, LSDXOXO and Logic1000 to Belfast

AVA Festival has released a huge list of names performing at their 2022 event in Belfast across June 3 and 4.

The bill includes international stars such as Mura Masa, Jon Hopkins, SHERELLE, LSDXOXO, Bklava, Logic1000, Ross From Friends, VTSS, and local talents such as Jordan Nocturne, Holly Lester and Carlton Doom.

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This is in addition to the festival's announcement in November that BICEP are set to be headliners.

The festival invites international icons and rising DJs from the live and electronic worlds to the heart of Belfast city to play alongside the grassroots Southern and Northern Irish talent.

The 2022 edition will be held at the Titanic Slipways, at the mouth of the river Lagan, for the first time.

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Speaking on this recent announcement, Emmett Costello, Head of Programming, AVA Festival said: "Excited to announce our festival line-up for 2022 which includes bringing 13 Belfast debuts to our new home at the Titanic Slipways.

"We're proud to be continuing to support Irish talent including Bicep, Biig Piig, Calibre, Gemma Dunleavy, Kessler, Enola Gay, Mark Blair, Holly Lester & ELLLL, and diversifying our lineup with international artists across genres like Jon Hopkins, Mura Masa, Ross From Friends, LSDXOXO, SHERELLE, TSHA, Soichi Terada + more."

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Sarah McBriar, Founder of AVA Festival, said: "There is something very special about bringing together many minds, energies and artists in a City like Belfast.

"It's an explosion of joy, an atmosphere wrapped up in yeo's and arms punching the air from the moment we open the doors.

"Our City, our people, is as much a part of the line-up, as each artist we put on the bill, and we can't wait to bring it back all together again."

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For more information about tickets for the festival, visit their website here.

Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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