Tickets for the 2022 Electric Picnic Festival are now SOLD OUT.
The tickets went on sale this morning at 9am.
However, it has now also emerged that the tickets sold out in less than 30 minutes with EP returning for the first time since the Covid pandemic.
Dermot Kennedy, Arctic Monkeys and Tame Impala are to headline this year’s festival.
Electric Picnic will also host some exciting new additions, in the form of Mind and Body and Fishtown, along with a fully programmed theatre stage.
“Electric Picnic 2022 is SOLD OUT”, the festival also tweeted.
“We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who stuck with us and held on to tickets. EP22 will be an incredibly special reunion, we’ll see you all in September!”.
Electric Picnic 2022 is SOLD OUT.
We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who stuck with us and held on to tickets. EP22 will be an incredibly special reunion, we'll see you all in September! 💜✨ pic.twitter.com/gVGa1aOQZx
— Electric Picnic (@EPfestival) March 11, 2022
Electric Picnic Passes Sold Out
Weekend Camping Tickets: SOLD OUT
Family Weekend Camping Tickets: SOLD OUT
Sunday day tickets: SOLD OUT
Campervan/Caravan + Car passes: SOLD OUT
Family Campervan/Caravan + Car passes: SOLD OUT
It will take place from September 2-4th. 70,000 music lovers are also expected to head to Stradbally for this iconic Irish music festival.
You can also find more information on this from Nova here.
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Kennedy And Charity
Speaking of Dermot Kennedy, the Electric Picnic bound Irish singer helped to raised over $300,000 for various charities last December.
The Giants singer raised the funds, following a number of concerts at Dublin’s 3 Arena, as well surprising fans with a special busking performance in New York’s Washington Bush Park.
Taking place on December 11, Dermot Kennedy’s busking performance was also streamed on TikTok and Instagram.
This also saw the Irish singer introduce his hit ‘Better Day”.
These performances helped Kennedy to raise money for Music Cares, Pieta House and Focus Ireland.
Kennedy called these performances, “the most fulfilling thing I’ve done in my career yet… So much love that I cannot get into a caption”. Check out this performance and more on this from Nova here.