Scotland’s Pavilion Festival announces main stage line-up for 2024

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Ewan McVicar has come together with STREETrave for the 2024 edition of Pavilion Festival, which has just announced its main stage acts.

The Scottish DJ’s festival promises to be bigger and better after last year’s inaugural event, which sold out in minutes, with the legendary Scottish club night on board to curate a second day.

The festival will take place across the weekend of May 4 and 5, with McVicar curating Saturday’s line-up and STREETrave celebrating 35 years on the Sunday.

Held at the Ayr beach, 2024’s Saturday’s headliners include Patrick Topping, Special Request, Optimo (Espacio), Jerome Hill and Stevie Cox.

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STREETrave, who began throwing parties at the Ayr Pavilion in 1989, have locked in Heather Small of M People, Technotronic, Degrees of Motion, Black Box, Rozalla, Sandy B and more for the Sunday.

The party series ran 42 raves between 1989 and 1993, bringing clubbers from near, far and wide to dance in the West Coast of Scotland, and came back last year for the STREETrave Ayr Beach Festival. The event invited the likes of Soul II Soul, Roger Sanchez,Inner City, Altern 8 and more for an open air festival with its trusty Pavilion setting the backdrop.

The first edition of Ewan McVicar present Pavilion Festival was a one-dayer in late April this year, featuring performances from Skream, Kettama and Ewan McVicar himself.

The Ministry of Sound producer recently went back-to-back with Skream all night long for the Croydon heavyweight’s two-day takeover of London institution fabric after a busy summer that included sets at the Warehouse Project, Hope Works, Amnesia Ibiza as well as a North American tour.

You can buy tickets to Ewan McVicar’s Pavilion Festival here, and Pavilion Festival presents STREETrave – Celebrating 35 years here

Tibor Heskett is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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