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AVA Festival 2018 Reveals New Warehouse Location

AVA Festival has announced a brand new warehouse location for it's 2018 edition.

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AVA Festival 2018 has already been hyping the crowds of Belfast and Northern Ireland since the 2017 edition ended. 2018 will be the festival’s fourth edition and the reputation it has garnered in the three years to date has been incredible. With the announcement of the festival for next year, the hype and buzz has just grown once again.

The dates had already been locked in for the festival with June 1st and 2nd being announced. This year however will see the festival take over the S13 Warehouse in Belfast, a former B&Q warehouse in the city which has been turned into a multi-purpose venue. And AVA Festival 2018 will also see a change in terms of the stages as well, as they increase from three to four for the new year. It’s looking very exciting indeed, and we simply cannot wait for this.

Fans of the festival will also be pleased to hear that Boiler Room will also be returning to AVA Festival 2018. The past few years has saw some chaotic scenes with the likes of Bicep, Ejeca, Denis Sulta and many other names perform. However no names have been revealed yet for 2018 so we will wait patiently for the news to come over the next few months. The AVA Conference will also be returning in 2018 so this will be something for the industry heads, rising producer and DJs and many others to look forward to.

Tickets for AVA Festival 2018 are on sale now with the first few tiers already sold out. If you want to gain a little insight into the festival, check out our 2017 review here, and the official 2017 aftermovie here.

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AVA Festival 2018 New Location

AVA Festival 2018.

AVA Festival 2018 has already been hyping the crowds of Belfast and Northern Ireland since the 2017 edition ended. 2018 will be the festival’s fourth edition and the reputation it has garnered in the three years to date has been incredible. With the announcement of the festival for next year, the hype and buzz has just grown once again.

The dates had already been locked in for the festival with June 1st and 2nd being announced. This year however will see the festival take over the S13 Warehouse in Belfast, a former B&Q warehouse in the city which has been turned into a multi-purpose venue. And AVA Festival 2018 will also see a change in terms of the stages as well, as they increase from three to four for the new year. It’s looking very exciting indeed, and we simply cannot wait for this.

Fans of the festival will also be pleased to hear that Boiler Room will also be returning to AVA Festival 2018. The past few years has saw some chaotic scenes with the likes of Bicep, Ejeca, Denis Sulta and many other names perform. However no names have been revealed yet for 2018 so we will wait patiently for the news to come over the next few months. The AVA Conference will also be returning in 2018 so this will be something for the industry heads, rising producer and DJs and many others to look forward to.

Tickets for AVA Festival 2018 are on sale now with the first few tiers already sold out. If you want to gain a little insight into the festival, check out our 2017 review here, and the official 2017 aftermovie here.

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