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Thursday 18 December 2014

Top acts bound for Celtronic showpiece

Some of the world’s biggest names in electronic music will converge in Londonderry next month for the Celtronic 2012 festival.

The 12th festival will take place at several venues across the city from Wednesday, June 27 until Sunday, July 1.

Among the international headline acts is Siberian-born Nina Kraviz, whose underground house music prowess has seen her become one of this year’s top artists.

A spokesman for Celtronic said: “As with every year, our aim is to present the best international artists and performers from across the electronic music spectrum, a mix of the well-known and those up and coming acts.”

Celtronic 2012 will also feature Ireland’s finest DJs and live acts. An access all events ticket will cost £35 including booking fee while nightly admission ranges from £6 to £13.

For more information, visit www.celtronicfestival.com

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