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Ireland's premier music and arts festival featuring fantastic acts over the years including Bjork, Arctic Monkeys, Robert Plant and Portishead.
You must be aged 18 years or over to attend this event, with the exception of children aged 12 and under. Children under 12 years of age do not need a ticket. All under 12's must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is over 18 years old and this adult must remain on site throughout the weekend. Those wishing to stay in the 'Family Campsite' must have children 12 years or younger in the group. As in previous years 13-17 year olds are not permitted to attend even when accompanied by an adult.
Please visit www.electricpicnic.ie/ for more information.
Aka disco-punk electronica from DFA Records' James Murphy.The 'punk-funk' collective went on to great critical acclaim, receiving two Grammy nominations, shed-loads of media praise and worldwide tours before announcing their farewell concert in 2011, accompanied by the popular 'Shut Up And Play The Hits' documentary film. However, it wasn't farewell for long, as James re-emerged in 2015 and since then has continued to tour and record new material.
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