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Metropolis Festival 2015 Concert Hall stage daily breakdown

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With little over a week to go until the debut Metropolis Festival takes place in Dublin the daily breakdown for their Concert Hall stage has been announced.

The panel and conversations element of Metropolis boasts a stellar line-up of artists and industry people taking place at the Concert Hall in the RDS (November 7th & 8th) including Giorgio Mordoer, John Cooper Clarke and Howard Marks. See full day by day breakdown.

METROPOLIS FESTIVAL 2015 CONCERT HALL STAGE DAY BY DAY:
SATURDAY
Light House screen 24 Hour Party People / Legend Of The Hacienda / John Cooper Clarke (Interview)/ Academy Plus Video Producer’s Panel / Music & Film Panel / Future Of Music Panel / Dublin After Dark Panel / John Cooper Clarke (Performance) DJ Music Of The Hacienda

SUNDAY
Light House screen Block Party / Music & Literature Panel / Giorgio Moroder Interview / Howard Marks Interview / What The Fuck is Irish Culture Panel / Music & Graphic Design Panel / Dublin After Dark Panel / Sir David Rodigan DJ set

Taking place at the RDS in Dublin from November 7th to 8th, the two day festival of live music, performance, conversation and installation will include appearances from Mark Ronson, Jamie xx,  Hot Chip, Vic Mensa, Le Galaxie, Formation, Booka Brass Band & more.

Day tickets to Metropolis festival 2015 at the RDS (November 7th & 8th) are priced at €79.50 and weekend tickets are on sale now and are priced at €145.50 via ticketmaster.ie and usual outlets.

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