celtronic 2019


Day one

Wed June 26th
Echo Echo Dance, Magazine Street

Ulster Orchestra & Phil Kieran

Featuring musical collaborations with Porphyry, John Leighton, Joe O’Hagan, Hannah Richardson, Aaron Thomas, The Fully Automatic Model, Cartin and Ryan Harling.
7.30pm | Tickets


St Columb’s Hall, Orchard St

Move D
Axel Boman

Queen & Disco
Andrew Devine
9pm – Late
Advance tickets: £12

Day Two

Thur June 27th
The Nerve Centre, Magazine St

Electric Mainline

with Stephen McCauley + special guests
6.30pm – 8pm | Broadcast Begins at 7pm
Adm: Free


Sandinos, Water St

Dr Rubinstein

Aaron Thomas (Live)
Bekuz.x Influx
Acid Flex
9pm – 2am
Advance tickets: £12

Day Three

Friday June 28th
Derry City Centre

Celtronic Emerge

The Grand Central, Strand Road
Michael McElroy (Live)
Voven (Live)
6pm – 8pm Adm: Free

The Guildhall Taphouse, Guildhall St
Protocol (Live)
Shay Whelan (Live)
Emmett Gallagher (Live)
6pm – 9pm. Adm: Free


St Columbs Hall, Orchard St

Krystal Klear
The Cyclist

Deep Fried Funk DJs
9pm – 2am
Advance Tickets: £18

Day Four

Sat June 29th
Derry City Centre

Celtronic Emerge

The Grand Central, Strand Road
Porphyry (Live)
Joe O’Hagan (Live)
6pm – 8pm. Adm: Free

Sandinos, Water St
Optmst (Live)
The Crimson Underground (Live)
Simpson & Turner (Live)
6pm – 9pm Adm: Free

The Guildhall Taphouse, Guildhall St
Distinctive (Live)
Hylo (Live)
Nazir (Live)
6pm – 9pm Adm: Free


Culturlann Ui Chanain, Great James Street

Elma Orkestra & Ryan Vail present “Borders”

Paddy Mulcahy (Live)
The Fully Automatic Model (Live)
mcconville (Live)
7pm – 10.30pm
Advance tickets: £12


The Nerve Centre, Magazine Street

DJ Nobu

Nez // Darren Allen
Osilate DJs // Krik
9pm – late
Advance tickets: £13/15

Day Five

Sunday June 30th
Long Tower Community Centre, Ann Street

Celtronic Kids

The electronic music event for 0-4 year olds and their parents/guardians
2.30pm – 4pm
Advance tickets: £4


The Guildhall
Celtronic Closing Event

Mano Le Tough
Phil Kieran
New Jackson

Ryan Monaghan
8pm – late
Advance tickets: £15




Crossing by Air
The north of Ireland is served by flights into City of Derry Airport ,Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport Scheduled air services operate from nearly all major UK airports. There are many direct flights from major European cities. Major airlines operate scheduled services from the US and Canada to Belfast International Airport via UK and Republic of Ireland airports. Additionally, there are charter flights direct from New York and Toronto to Belfast. Click here for airport & route information…
Crossing by Ferry
Coast to Coast from Scotland to Northern Ireland in an hour!
The north of Ireland has first-class ferry connections with Scotland, England and the Isle of Man. New, high-speed vessels, enhanced on-board amenities, entertainment and shopping, together with lower prices*, make the car ferry a very attractive way to go. * Check prices with the operators at time of booking. Click here for port & ferry information…
Cross Border Services – By Road/Rail

There are also good cross-border bus and rail links from the Irish Republic.

BUS  – Ulsterbus work in co-operation with Bus Eireann and will have current bus schedules and prices.

RAIL – NI Railways work in co-operation with Iarnród Éireann as part of the Enterprise service between Dublin and Belfast. Click here for more road & rail information…

When you arrive | Getting Around
Making your way around using public transport couldn’t be easier. Translink operates the Ulsterbus, and NI Railways integrated public transport system – you can reach every corner of every County in a couple of hours. For timetable and route information: www.translink.co.uk * (Promotions, family day trips and student discount information)

When your in the city Taxis are a relatively cheap means of getting around.
City Cabs Derry can be booked online or via their app for both iPhone and Android available in the App Store or Google Play.
Tel. 02871262626

With each passing year, we continue to be overwhelmed by the support that the festival receives from artists, musicians and music fans. Moreover, the support from our funders, Derry City & Strabane District Council, PRS Foundation, and the Daily Mirror enables us to programme an accessible, affordable world class festival that continues to support, develop and nurture the electronic music scene here and beyond.