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5th December 2017

Belfast's AVA Festival and Conference returns to a new warehouse venue in 2018

Dates confirmed and tickets on sale now

AVA (Audio Visual Arts) Festival and Conference has become a highlight in the UK & European festival calendar, taking pride of place as a cultural pioneer in its home country of Northern Ireland and now beyond. Following on from last year’s first full AVA Weekender, the festival gears up for it’s biggest outing yet.

Marking it's fourth edition, AVA 2018 starts on Friday June 1st 2018 with Ireland's leading electronic music conference, followed by an unmissable two day festival in their new dystopian warehouse home. 

True to form, cutting edge international heavyweights join grassroots talent in a former B&Q warehouse, now known at S13 Warehouse, in the heart of the city. S13 Belfast is a recently revived warehouse space, the transformation of South Belfast’s B&Q is a testament to the city’s growing DIY culture, nurturing innovation. Putting Belfast on the global cultural map, the move to S13 is a nod to the city’s creative spirit and penchant for off the cuff parties. S13 is a multipurpose creative space, curated by Square Pit, the team behind T13 Belfast, AVA’s former home, since 2015. Located at the heart of Belfast, the former B&Q Warehouse, S13 will undergo an immense transformation. 

For 2018, three stages become four, with a new addition making its debut. Plus, Boiler Room return to take their AVA stage partnership to the next level, by upping the broadcast to a two-day live stream. AVA's Boiler Room stage is a true festival highlight and annual event in the dance music world. Belfast's inimitable crowd and fun loving spirit has captivated global audiences, both at AVA Festival and those further afield wanting to chime in on the action.

Weekend tickets available now from £50, plus a deposit scheme starting at £25, available here

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