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General News / June 5, 2019

Boiler Room is coming back to Ireland this month

General News / June 5, 2019

Boiler Room is coming back to Ireland this month

After a rowdy weekend at AVA Festival, the Boiler Room crew are inviting a host of Irish artists onto the streaming platform at another Irish festival.

 

Back in December Higher Vision announced that they’d be returning to Navan Racecourse on June 29 and confirmed that the likes of Jeff Mills, Dave Clarke, Alan Fitzpatrick, KiNK and many more would be joining them. Now they’ve got more big news.

Higher Vision are bringing Boiler Room Ireland to the festival, “with the mission of highlighting the abundance of homegrown talent coming from the island”.

Rising global house DJ and producer KETTAMA, Monom Black-released and Irish techno posterboy Tommy Holohan, Subject and District 8 favourite Cailín, GASH Collective boss and Boiler Room veteran ELLLL, AVA Emerging Producer 2018 DART and Henry Street Music signee George Feely will all jump behind the decks on the famous streaming site.

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Other stages at Higher Vision include the Main Stage, Cocoon, Dave Clarke Presents and the Higher Stage curated by Solardo. Click here for more on how you can be there.