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General News / October 4, 2017

Metropolis Festival share site map & art installation details

General News / October 4, 2017

Metropolis Festival share site map & art installation details

Metropolis will take over the RDS in Ballsbridge on October 28 & 29.


Earlier today Red Bull Music Academy announced their conversations and stage line up.

They’ll be welcoming hip hop icon Jazzy Jeff to the conversations couch, as well as Death in Vegas founder Richard FearlessPfadfinderi design collective, Leftfield’s Neil Barnes (click here to read an interview we did with him) and more. Their newly established stage at the Dublin festival will see Peggy GouKrystal KlearLong Island Sound, Or:la, and two of electronic music’s most talked about artists Mall Grab and Denis Sulta.

Now the festival have released their site map, and also some information about the Bulmers Art Installations.

Bulmers has teamed up with James Earley, Charlotte Francis and Sums One who are “in the midst of creating bespoke, workable bar installations for the festival, showcasing the strength of artistic and creative talent here in Ireland”.

Click here for information on tickets and the line up.


Photo by Ellius Grace