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Celtronic this December in Derry lines up KiNK, Loraine James, Overmono, Gerd Janson and more

Celtronic this December in Derry lines up KiNK, Loraine James, Overmono, Gerd Janson and more


Derry’s long-running electronic music festival is back this December for its 21st year – a huge achievement, and it’s announced its maybe biggest ever lineup.

Taking place in venues across Derry city from Thursday December 9th to Sunday December 12th, after a year off, it’s back with a bang.

Lined up to play are names like Gerd Janson, Loraine James, Overmono Sunil Sharpe, Move D, Or:La, Kink and more.

Here’s a look at the lineup and venues:

Thurs Dec 9th: Batu, Or:la & Loraine James @ Sandino’s.

Friday Dec 10th: KiNK (Live), Cartin, New Jackson @ Nerve Centre

Sat Dec 11th: Rónán Ó Snodaigh & Myles O’Reilly (Live) David Kitt (Live) @ The Playhouse

Sat Dec 11: Overmono (DJ), Giant Swan (Live),Sunil Sharpe, Autumns (Live) @ Nerve Centre

Sunday Dec 12: Celtronic 2021 Closing Party: Gerd Janson & Move D @ 57 Waterloo Street

Derry’s best electronic music talent will feature strongly across the festival programme. Live performances will come from acts including Autumns, Nazir, Porphyry and The Fully Automatic Model and Rayon Vert while the city’s leading clubnights and DJs will also showcase at the festival including Bekuz x Influx, Riot Code,  and Queen & Disco.

Access All Events ticket costing £45 while nightly admission will cost between £10-£20. Tickets are available online at

For more info, check or follow @celtronic on Twitter. 

 “Almost two years since our last event, Celtronic’s ethos remains the same: a celebration of dance music culture that is focussed not on profit but on showcasing the biggest, most relevant names in electronic music in relatively intimate spaces alongside the best local and national artists. We will be reducing the capacity and increasing the production values to ensure the best possible experience for everyone. We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone back and start the task of rebuilding the confidence not only of those that attend Celtronic but also of the artists and crew that perform and work at our events.”


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