Electric Picnic announce this year's line-up

Organisers at Electric Picnic have announced the line-up for this year's festival.

Headlining the Stradbally extravaganza will be the Strokes, Hozier, the 1975 and Florence and the Machine.

Christine and the Queens, Dermot Kennedy and Billie Eilish will also perform at the festival in Laois this September.

More than 57,000 tickets for the country's biggest music festival sold out in record time last December.

    Billie Eilish - Christine and the Queens – James Blake – Dermot Kennedy

    Four Tet – Jess Glynne – The Streets – Jarvis Cocker Introducing JARV IS

    Years & Years – Róisín Murphy – Metronomy – Michael Kiwanuka

    Echo & the Bunnymen – Courtney Barnett – Parquet Courts – Mitski – Miles Kane - Freya Ridings

    MØ – Amelie Lens – Maceo Plex – Kölsch – Sam Fender – Sons of Kemet

    Yves Tumor – Serpentwithfeet – Shura – ALMA -Kero Kero Bonito – Let's Eat Grandma

    Bodega – Cavetown – Georgia – Sea Girls – Sasami – G Flip – Heavy Lungs

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