We glamped in Borris, rocked out with the Rolling Stones, took a Trip to Tipp, partied at Body & Soul and used up the last of our glitter at All Together Now. Finally, it’s time to prepare for the big one – Electric Picnic.
The festival marks the send-off of summer as we step into September with a stellar line up of acts including Dua Lipa, Kendrick Lamar, Massive Attack, NERD, Mango & Mathman, Soak, Booka Brass Band, B*Witched (!!) and St Vincent – but that’s old news.
For those of you looking for a bit of comic relief in Stradbally this September, the line-up for the comedy arena has been announced.
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English comedian and TV presenter Russell Howard will make his EP debut alongside comedic legends David O’Doherty, Jason Byrne and David McSavage.
The phenomenal Alison Spittle have your sides split along with Julie J, Andrea Farrell, Eric Lalor, Eleanor Tiernan, Fred Cooke and Kevin McGahern.
Other unmissable acts include Chris Kent, Jarlath Regan, Gearoid Farrelly, Danny O’Brien and musical comedian Abandoman.
Only one man could be fit to MC such a fine line-up - and that man is Limerick's own Karl Spain.
Comedy-lovers will be glad to hear that EP is also planning to celebrate Ireland's funny ladies at this year's event.
For the first time in the festival’s history, The Hazel Wood stage will be open to the 5,000 early entry campers who arrive on Thursday night who will be able to watch an all-female comedy show.
The fantastic Joanne McNally will MC a talented line-up of ladies including Aoife Dooley, Lisa Casey, Pauline Shanahan, Aine Gallagher, Ruth Hunter, Ashlee Bentley, Sahar Ali, Blaíthín De Burca, Aoife O'Connor, Christina McMahon, Orla O'Doherty Brown, Fiona Frawley and Grace Mulvey.
To see the full line up, click here.