Electric Picnic revellers keep fingers crossed for more sun

Electric Picnic revellers keep fingers crossed for more sun

Festival-goers are hoping the sunshine will hold on day two of the Electric Picnic.

More than 32,000 revellers are attending the arts and music festival in the village of Stradbally, Co Laois.

Today's headine acts include Leftfield, LCD Soundsystem and homegrown artists Imelda May and The Frames.

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