Higher Vision Festival is bringing its attendees from Navan back to Dublin this year for three official afterparties in the form of Night Vision – turning day into night with three parties taking place in the intimate Dublin venues of 39/40, Button Factory and Wah Wah Club.
The festival this year boasts an extremely diverse electronic line up, all the way from the pounding techno of Charlotte de Witte to the french house vibes of Vitalic. Higher Vision has an impressive amount of local and upcoming Irish electronic DJ and producer talent on the bill too, with some playing alongside or B2B massive internationally acclaimed names – making us feel proud of the accomplishments of Irish industry heads and producers these days.
Tickets for Night Vision are available on site at the festival on the day and here’s the exciting as ever line ups:
The Button Factory will play host to a more upbeat selection of house and disco DJs Route 94, Dan Stritch, Marcus O’Laoire, Nathan Dwyer and Tommo Gaffney.
Smithfield’s 39/40 will be taken over by an impressive house line up of seriously up-and-coming DJs and producers KETTAMA, Quinton Campbell, the folk over at Shed Sessions and Elements DJ’s.
Wah Wah Club
Wah Wah Club boasts a line up of burgeoning techno DJ and producer Mumdance, alongside local diverse techno connoisseurs ELLLL and Tommy Holohan.
Night Vision has managed to get some seriously talented names together for a very rare chance to see international talent and local together in some of Dublin’s best venues, and its definitely not a night or party to miss.