Electric Picnic Confirm New Headliners & Acts

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Electric Picnic have confirmed further headliners and acts for their upcoming festival.

Taking place in September, the Stradbally event will see singer Paolo Nutini replace Lewis Capaldi, who is taking a hiatus from touring.

This year’s festival includes the likes of The Coronas, Belters Only, blk, Confidence Man, Inhaler, Overmono, and Gavin James.

Other stars also include Wet Leg, Rick Astley, with the Killers also set to headline at Stradbally.

Mae Stephens, Pa Sheehy, Maverick Sabre, Ispíní na hÉireann, Dec Pierce Block Rockin’ Beats, MUNA, Jamie Webster and Katy Kirby have also been added to the bill.

Further additions include milk, Debbie, Dylan John Thomas, Yasmin Gardezi, IMNOTYOURMATE, ANSBRO.

Electric Picnic will take place between September 1-3 in Strabally, County Laois.

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Electric Picnic To Merge With Three City Stages 

This year’s festival will also see eight aspiring musicians taking to the stage as part of the Three City Stages with a special collaborative performance.

The Three City Stages is linked to the All For Music initiative, allowing young musicians the chance to perform at huge venues across Ireland, including the 3Arena, 3Olympic, and of course Electric Picnic.

“The City Stages platform has been a huge success to date,. At Three, we are so invested in live music it is fantastic to see City Stages discover and provide an elevated platform to some incredible new artists”, Marketing Director UK & ROI, Aislinn O’Connor said following this announcement.

“The City Stages platform has been a huge success to date,. At Three, we are so invested in live music it is fantastic to see City Stages discover and provide an elevated platform to some incredible new artists”, she said.

“We are very excited about bringing these acts together at Electric Picnic and cannot wait for music fans to be a part of a unique performance and surely one of the highlights of the festival weekend”. 

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Speaking of Inhaler, the band also announced a string of shows at Dublin’s 3Arena later this year.