Grimes, The Antlers and more for Electric Picnic
Grimes, The Antlers and Explosions in the Sky are amongst the latest additions to Ireland's Electric Picnic festival.
The weirdo-pop songstress and the premier indie heartbreakers will play the three-day event when it happens at the end of August (31st - 2nd September).
Bombay Bicycle Club, Wild Beasts and Villagers are also amongst those added to the line-up.
A full list of the new additions can be found here.
Electric Picnic takes place at Stradbally Hall, Co. Laois, with tickets available now.
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