Electric Picnic 2010

Electric Picnic 2010

More acts added to the bill for Electric Picnic!

With just days to go before the Electric Picnic 2010 unleash its myriad of delights, cogs are firmly in motion and furiously whirring away to announce an additional eight new acts including the effortlessly cool Eels, Mercury Prize and Brit Award nominated Friendly Fires, one of the best DJs on the planet Laurent Garnier, Mancunian post-punk veterans The Fall, along with Bonobo's first ever Irish show, Stornoway, Fight Like Apes and Channel One.

Electric Picnic extends another warm invitation to all lovers of music, art, culture and general frivolity to their annual little get-together in Stradbally, Co Laois on 3 - 5 September. A tantalizing world to entice and enthrall you, tickle and tease you. Now in it's seventh year the ship's sails are fully hoisted and the journey Electric Picnic annually embark on is becoming more of a home-coming than a new exploration, although taking unknown and adventurous paths along the way is compulsory. How else would we discover the treasures and riches the festival will be offering to stimulate the senses. All six.

Music is just one of such offerings and it is here that Electric Picnic shall begin...

Roxy Music; Leftfield; Massive Attack; LCD Soundsystem; The Frames; Public Image Ltd; The National; Mumford &Sons; Seasick Steve; Modest Mouse; Hot Chip; Gil Scott Heron; Fever Ray; Jonsi (Sigur Ros); Fat Freddys Drop; Bad Lieutenant; Crystal Castles; Afro Celt Soundsystem; Bookashade; Bloody Beetroots Death Crew77; Steve Earle; Beach House; The Big Pink; Low Anthem; Redneck Manifesto; The Horrors; Monotonix; Liquid Liquid; Here We Go Magic; Field Music; Cymande; Messiah J & The Expert; Dublin Gospel Choir; Caribou; Adrian Crowley; Villagers; New Pornographers; Beakestra & Chalie 2 Na; Mr Scruff; Memory Tapes; and more to be announced.

Tickets are on sale now.
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