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Electric Picnic is moving the festival to August next year

Electric Picnic is moving the festival to August next year

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As the announcements for stages at Electric Picnic come thick and fast, the organisers have announced that the festival will move to two weeks earlier in 2024.

Electric Picnic typically takes place in the first weekend of September, or at very least, the very end of August.

As part of the announcement of the loyalty programme which enables festival attendees to avail of discounts for attending year on year, EP has announced that the festival next year will take place from August 16th to 18th, moving back deeper into August for the first time.

Perhaps the reasoning is to do with competition, as Coldplay’s 2024 concerts in Croke Park are due to take place next August 29th to September 1st. Maybe it’s an attempt to move the festival to a slightly warmer weekend, or maybe it suits the demographic more. Maybe it’s one or all of these things. Either way, it’s the first time Electric Picnic has moved into August properly, as it celebrates 20 years next year.

Loyalty Ticket information

Loyalty Scheme Tickets are on sale today, Wednesday 23rd August, to those who pre-registered for the scheme through Ticketmaster and were eligible to receive loyalty codes this morning.

A second round of tickets will go on sale as part of the Early Bird offering after Electric Picnic 2023 on 8th – 30th September with both General Admission and Loyalty Scheme tickets.

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There will be a final release of tickets on sale from 1st October.


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