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Electric Picnic 2019 Line- Up Will Be Announced 13th March

Electric Picnic 2019 Line- Up Will Be Announced 13th March

The countdown is on to the date we've all been waiting for. In just 37 days the 2019 line-up for Electric Picnic will be revealed. Tickets for Electic Picnic 2019 went of sale December last year and were sold out in a record 15 minutes

 

Electric Picnic has been growing in size every year and this year is no different. This year there will be an increase of 2,500 in the festival’s capacity which means there will be new areas added to the Stradbally site.

Music fans everywhere are speculating who could be headlining Ireland’s biggest Music and Arts Festival. Last year, there was an eclectic mix of pop, rock and electronic to suit all music tastes. The headline acts included Kendrick Lamar, N.E.R.D, Massive Attack, The Prodigy, George Ezra, and Dua Lipa.

Here are some of the highlights of last years festival.

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This year Electric Picnic 2019 will be running Friday, 30th August to Sunday, 1 September in Stradbally, Co. Laois.

If you haven't managed to get your hands on a ticket to Electric Picnic, don't worry there are some great festivals happening around Ireland this summer.

Here's a round- up the festival there are still tickets for:

  • All Together Now- Now in its second year, All to Together Now is being held on the August Bank Holiday Weekend in Curraghmore Castle in Co. Waterford. So far The National have been announced as headliners with new acts to be added.
  • Forbidden Fruit- There are still tickets available. For more details on the full line up for Forbidden Fruit announced last week read our article KOJAQUE, Honey Dijon, Mahalia: New Acts Announced For Forbidden Fruit
  • Body & Soul- Body & Soul returns this summer for its tenth anniversary in the grounds of Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath from June 21st to 23rd 2019

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