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General News / October 19, 2018

Metropolis Festival announce 2018 afterparties & Sunday timetable

General News / October 19, 2018

Metropolis Festival announce 2018 afterparties & Sunday timetable

Just one more week to go!

 

Last year Metropolis once again took over the RDS, bringing an eclectic selection of artists to the historic complex. Hip hop, left of field indie, house, techno and more, the festival pride themselves on crafting a forward-thinking bill.

This year is no different, and the added extra of it being over 21s will appeal to many punters. They’ve now released details of their afterparty series.

On Saturday Daithí  with play Button Factory with free tickets available at the Festival. Pear and UFO will take over Wigwam for another free event on Saturday.

On Sunday Red Bull Music present Honey Dijon and Call Super at Button Factory with tickets available at the festival. Then Soft Boy Records take to Wigwam for a free party.

Click here for tickets to the RDS, Dublin event, October 27 & 28. Check out Sunday’s timetable below and bask in the glory of that main stage.

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