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General News / February 5, 2020

AVA Belfast reveals 2020 line-up

General News / February 5, 2020

AVA Belfast reveals 2020 line-up

**Fire emojis**

Belfast has played host to some unforgettable shows at AVA over the years, with the likes of Space Dimension Controller dropping legendary Boiler Room sets to riotous response.

This year they’ve announced their biggest line-up to date with heavy hitters from all over the globe flocking to the North’s capital for a boogie.

They’ve enlisted Max Cooper, Mella Dee, Laurent Garnier and loads more for what promises to be a huge weekend. There’s tons of visual art on display too.

Taking place across multiple venues from may 28-31 it’s looking to be huge.

Tickets on sale Thursday 6 February.
See poster below:AVA 2020

Pre sale @ 09:00 / General sale @ 11:00

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