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AVA festival reveals 2023 headliners including Central Cee, Eliza Rose and Overmono

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AVA’s flagship festival in Belfast has announced it’s first wave of artists.

Headlining this year’s weekender include rap artists Central Cee, Slowthai as well as dance music’s Overmono and hit-maker Eliza Rose.

Irish talents comes in from techno DJ, KETTAMA, now Berlin-based Sally C and rapper Kojaque.

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Alongside them is Hèctor Oaks, SPFDJ, Job Jobse, KI/KI, DJ BORING, I.JORDAN and more.

The festival will return to Titanic Slipways for the second time however this year AVA will have new indoor areas, art space, bars and more taking place from June 2 to June 3.

These names will also be joined by more DJs, artists, live acts and partners who have yet to be announced.

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Sarah McBriar, AVA Festival Director said: “At AVA, we are committed to evolving as both a festival and a cultural movement, with a mantra to never stand still. 2023 marks a moment where AVA is evolving as music and cultural tastes change.

“It moves with the moment whilst staying true to its origins in electronic music. It’s where multiple artforms converge to create memorable moments for music fans and electronic arts enthusiasts.

“Our commitment to design, festival experience, high production levels and amplifying local talent is as strong as ever, and we can’t wait to bring you our next AVA Belfast edition this June!”

Tickets to AVA Belfast go on sale on Friday at 10AM with weekend, group and deposit schemes available. Find out more here.

Check out the full line-up below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Video and Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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