People behind Electric Picnic launch new family festival in Wicklow

People behind Electric Picnic launch new family festival in Wicklow

The people behind Electric Picnic are launching a new family festival in Ireland.

Kaleidoscope will be a three-day camping festival in Wicklow, with a line-up for both adults and children.

The event be held at the Russborough Estate in Blessington from June 28 to June 30.

The event is described as a 'festival for everyone' though a lineup and further details are yet to be revealed.

There will be camping and non-camping tickets.

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