Electric Picnic 2017 will bring a close to the summer music festival season this weekend (September 1st to Sunday, September 3rd), with three days of live music and more at Stradbally Hall. With only days to go, TLMT has delved deep and come up with its Guide To Electric Picnic 2017. See below for the full run down and Spotify playlist. Follow the link for stage times.
The XX return to Stradbally for a headline set in support of their critically acclaimed album I See You.
Hot on the heels of their sophomore album release Truth Is A Beautiful Thing alternative-pop trio London Grammar come to Stradbally Hall.
Run The Jewels
One of modern hip-hop’s influential acts. Currently touring their Run The Jewels 3 album.
Father John Misty
Acclaimed songwriter Father John Misty returns to Electric Picnic this year.
Bewitching indie-folk sounds from English songwriter Birdy at Electric Picnic 2017 this weekend.
Powerful genre melding three-piece Young Fathers are always a must see.
Heavy atmospheric electronic sounds from Bad Bones this year at EP 2017.
A group who always more than meet the occasion when on a big stage.
No Shape is one of the albums of the year.
Public Service Broadcasting
Public Service Broadcasting + Body & Soul stage at Electric Picnic… no brainer.
Mix between textural and electro-pop producer.
Joyfully dark and off-kilter electro-pop.
Quickly becoming one of Ireland’s go-too festival acts.
A regular feature on TLMT festival guides.
Soulé will bring a breakthrough summer of festival appearances to a close at the Body & Soul area.
Established festival buzzers.
Highly stylised alternative-pop artist.
Up and coming alternative-pop artist, quickly making waves on the scene.
Expect textural electronic vibes from Ellll at Electric Picnic 2017.
New Valley Wolves
Some straight-up rock ‘n’ roll.
Dream-pop outfit. New album Aglow & Spark.
Emerging ambient-pop two-piece befitting the Body & Soul vibe.
Jangled indie-pop from Galway.
Rising singer-songwriter Maria Kelly brings her soft alternative-pop sound Stradbally.
Post-punk group the Clockworks take to the Body & Soul stage this year.
Atmos-folk duo Saint Sister will enrapture the Other Voice crowd at Electric Picnic 2017.
Wild Alee is a strong contender for Irish album of the year.
An artist just on the verge of something special.
Other Voices will be getting considerably louder when Bitch Falcon hit the stage.
R&B showman who always delivers live.
Big sounding darkly tinged post-punk.
A ragged garage-pop band who are continuing to establish themselves within the Irish music scene.
Melodically and rhythmically vivid coming out of the Word Up Collective scene.
Jack O’Rourke with special guest Hattie Webb
Baroque-pop artist Jack O’Rourke collaborates with acclaimed songwriter Hattie Webb for a special performance at Other Voices.
Big band styled modern ska outfit.
Truly unique psych-rock group.
Unashamedly big and loud alternative-rock.
Alternative-folk group with a powerfully atmospheric live sound.
Bombastic, punkish electro-pop outfit.
No Monster Club
Ireland’s mad man of indie-pop.
With the release of their debut album OK just over the horizon, Otherkin bring their raucous indie-party rock to the Salty Dog.
Weighty indietronica with a strong Dephce Mode feel.
Acclaimed indie songwriter Paddy Hanna will make his presence felt on the Salty Dog stage at EP 2017.
An artist whose music melds funk, hip-hop, R&B and pop into one infectious sound.
Big, heavy, instrumental, riff-rock.
The man himself.
Kormac live is always a festival must.
The thunderous sound of R.S.A.G equals guaranteed festival vibes.
Choice Music Prize nominee and electronic producer Bantum brings his singular sound to the Electric Sideshow.
A very promising songwriter with a sound spanning a multitude of genre and styles.
A hard-edged indie band with a slight Billy Bragg tinge.
Hard working rock ‘n’ roll troubadour.
Highly promising art-rockers.
Firey Dublin MC who impressed at Forbidden Fruit this summer.
Enright’s debut solo album Placemats and Second Cuts earmarked the artist as a songwriter with a deft touch.
Tanjier bring their own atmospheric take on electro-pop to the Hazel Wood stage at Electric Picnic 2017.
Very promising alt. pop act bubbling under the surface of the Irish music scene.
Hard hitting garage punks.
A dynamic indie-folk group with a striking sound.
Indie-electro three-piece take to the Play the Picnic stage at Electric Picnic festival this September.
Dublin-based folk duo Carron will hit Stradbally this weekend.
Large scale sonic landmark at Electric Picnic 2017 including DJ sets from Nialler9, Bantum, Donal Dineen, Ghostboy, EVE, Leo Pearson and more.
Tickets to Electric Picnic 2017 are sold out. For more information on this year’s festival visit electricpicnic.ie.