Ireland’s leading electronic music festival, Celtronic, got off to a great start earlier this week with a sell out show at Sandino’s that featured performances from Nina Kraviz, Bicep and Le Carousel.
The festival continues all weekend across the city with some of the biggest names in electronic music converging on the city.
Over the weekend, some of Derry’s most historic buildings will be used including recently refurbished 19th Century theatre, St Columb’s Hall, ex Presbyterian church and stained glass factory, The Glassworks and former convent, The Playhouse. Other clubs and venues that will host events include The Nerve Centre, The Craft Village, The Gasyard Centre and Masons.
Tickets for all events are on sale now at The Millennium Forum Box Office and online at www.millenniumforum.co.uk and www.wegottickets.com/celtronic2013. For more info, check www.celtronicfestival.com, www.facebook.com/celtronicfestival or follow @celtronic on Twitter.