The Belfast event returns next month.
AVA Festival has unveiled the full line-up for its upcoming edition, set to take place in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 24-25 September. For 2021, the event is moving to a new multi-stage, open-air site at Boucher Road Playing Fields.
This year’s line-up boasts a fusion of homegrown talent and international acts, with the likes of FJAAK, Jayda G, Or:la, Helena Hauff, object blue, Optimo and Sputnik One performing at the festival on Friday, 24 September. KiNK, Carista, Hammer and Sunil Sharpe will play out on the Saturday. Gemma Dunleavy, Kojaque, Sally C and Cromby and more are also locked in.
AVA has lined up a pair of afterparties alongside a closing event, which will take place on 26 September. All three parties will be held at Thompsons Garage, with Optimo, Cyence and Moodtrax heading to the venue on 24 September; and Sally C, Cromby and more ushering you into the early hours on 25 September. The AVA closing party is free to enter and will operate on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Weekend tickets for this year’s festival have sold out. However, you can sign up to the waiting list for additional tickets or ticket resale news. Friday day tickets and afterparty tickets are still available and can be purchased through the AVA website.