After an unforgettable inaugural event last year, Ewan McVicar’s Pavilion Festival and STREETrave have officially joined forces for 2024 to deliver an "unmissable" two days of music and entertainment.

Ewan McVicar Presents Pavilion will take place on Saturday, May 4 and STREETrave - Celebrating 35 Years, will happen on Sunday May 5.

Saturday, May 4 will see Ewan McVicar and Patrick Topping headline, joined by Special Request, Optimo (Espacio), Jerome Hill and Stevie Cox, with many more acts to be announced for the event.

Ayr Advertiser: Photo: Charlie GilmourPhoto: Charlie Gilmour (Image: Charlie Gilmour)

Sunday, May 5, will be the long-awaited 35 years of STREETrave celebration, with Heather Small (voice of M People), Technotronic, Degrees of Motion, Black Box, Rozalla, Sandy B plus lots more to be announced.

After selling out in minutes last year, Pavilion Festival - Ayr’s first ever electronic music festival – was a huge hit with fans from across the country.

Created and curated by Scottish DJ and producer Ewan McVicar, Pavilion Festival has been designed ‘For the People, For the Music’ with 2024’s event looking set to really up the ante and deliver even more incredible musical moments and experiences for fans, across two days of music.

Situated on Ayr Beach, Pavilion Festival - in addition to announcing the first wave of acts - is delighted to announce that STREETrave - which celebrates its 35th birthday in 2024 – is returning to its spiritual home to celebrate its historic anniversary at the legendary Ayr Pavilion.

Pavilion and STREETrave share a strong musical connection and undeniable synergies in both ethos and audience, with weekend tickets available this year for fans to enjoy both the "old skool" classics and the new rave.

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Headlining the event on Saturday, May 4, is festival creator Ewan McVicar whose gold selling single ‘Tell Me Something Good’ took over radios, festivals and nightclubs across the globe.

Ewan’s fearless approach to music and unshakable energy make him one of the most promising artists of his generation, with the creation of Pavilion Festival showcasing his unwavering commitment to building a thriving local scene in Ayr.

Recent summer shows include an all night long stint at Amnesia, a Concourse-closing set at Warehouse Project, an all night long, b2b session with Skream at fabric and of course his now infamous Steelyard set at Creamfields.

Headlining STREETrave on Sunday, May 5, the inimitable Heather Small (voice of M People). Heather, a soul and R&B singer who shot to fame as the lead singer of iconic dance music band M people, formed by musician and DJ Mike Pickering, is a '90s icon.

Her infamous, distinctive vocals found on songs including ‘Moving On Up’, ‘One Night In Heaven’, and ‘Search for the Hero’, helped M People sell over 10 million albums worldwide.

Ayr Advertiser: Ewan McVicar\'s Pavilion Festival brought thousands of people to the Low Green on Saturday (Photo: Charlie Gilmour)

Ewan McVicar, Pavilion Festival creator and curator, said: "I'm so proud of this line up and bringing these exceptional talents to Ayr Pavilion mk2 incoming to our magical site and I've not finished the list either. I have more names to add that a could only have dreamt of bringing to the low green.

"This year was so, so, so special and next year we are doing everything to make it better!"

Ricky Magowan, STREETrave, founder and director, said: "We’re excited to be back at Low Green and build on the success of last year's event. Pavilion festival see’s us coming together with our good friend Ewan to deliver an incredible two-day event for the people of Ayr.

"The Saturday line up will be curated by Ewan McVicar and Sunday will be a celebration of 35 years of STREETrave’."