The premiere of 'Electric Picnic: The Documentary' will take place at the Irish Film Institute on Tuesday 4 July at 7pm.
Last September a small camera crew went to Stradbally Hall Estate, Co Laois, to record the events of Electric Picnic 2005.
Narrated by musician Nick Seymour and economist David McWilliams, the documentary includes footage from Kraftwerk's first recorded live performance in 12 years plus Nick Cave, Arcade Fire, Human League, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MCs, Royksopp, Flaming Lips and Doves.
There are also interviews with the bands, with comedians who performed at the festival, with a few festival-goers and with the locals of Stradbally Village, who claim: "We get more trouble at the Vintage Steam Rally".
Tickets for 'Electric Picnic: The Documentary' premiere go on sale next Wednesday, 28 June.
Tickets are priced at €8/€7.50 and are available from the IFI Box Office.
More information is available at the IFI website: http://www.irishfilm.ie
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