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Here is all the latest info you need to know about Dublin's newest music festival

See yiz at Metropolis.

YOU MAY STILL be mourning the end of Electric Picnic and kicking yourself that you didn’t befriend FKA Twigs as you vowed you would.

But fortunately there’s another music festival on the way!

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A few months ago, we told you about Dublin’s newest music festival, Metropolis.

The two-day extravaganza takes place in Dublin’s RDS this November with acts like Chic, Mark Ronson, Giorgio Moroder and The Roots taking to the stage over the weekend.

Organisers promise to transform the RDS into an “audiovisual playground” with a wealth of panel discussions, installations and performances also taking place over the weekend.

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Today, the day-by-day line-up (along with a host of new acts) was announced.

And it’s pretty tasty.

SATURDAY

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  • The Roots
  • Hot Chip
  • Flight Facilities
  • Vic Mensa
  • Todd Terje
  • Tiga
  • Le Galaxie
  • Vince Staples
  • Omar Souleyman

As well as… Dorian Concept, Matthew Herbert, Cloud Castle Lake, Formation, Booka Brass Band, CLU, White Collar Boy and Gemma Dunleavy.

SUNDAY

Festival No. 6 - Day 1 Source: Katja Ogrin

  • Chic feat. Nile Rodgers
  • Jamie xx
  • Mark Ronson
  • Giorgio Moroder
  • Kaytranada
  • Four Tet
  • Jeff Mills
  • Kerri Chandler
  • KiNK
  • Floating Points

As well as… Nosaj Thing, Maribou State, Benji B, Trinity Orchestra performing LCD Soundsystem, Kormac’s Big Band and Forrests.

And the best thing about it all? When it’s all over, you get to sleep in your own bed.

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Day tickets cost €79.50 while weekend tickets cost €149.50, and are available from Ticketmaster now.

See you there.

Previously: Dublin is getting a brand new winter music festival — here’s what you need to know>

Lost something at Electric Picnic? Here’s how you can get it back >

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