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Lineup announced for Electric Picnic Artlot forest stage

Lineup announced for Electric Picnic Artlot forest stage


Artlot is the latest area to be announced for Electric Picnic this year.

Artlot is tucked away in the depths of a forest path, and is an alternative visual arts and music area in Stradbally.

Artlot will have a new stage this year, designed by Forja Works, and described as “combining the elegance of the Sydney Opera House with the charm of your grandad’s greenhouse”.

Music wise, the stage will host acts including Sophie Doyle Ryder, Big Sleep, Dave Lofts & S.A.N.D, Roe Byrne, Michael Moloney, Tadhg, Georgia Gaffney, Susi Pagel, The Donnys, Calum Agnew, The Lost Messiahs, Whelo, Arthur Valentine, Liliana, InBetween Honey, R3D’S HOUSE, Jamie Ennis, Phil Kenny and Burlie Mac.

At night, resident DJs Granny’s Gaff, Sharpson and Hippyhun will be playing, while Dublin’s alternative underground LGBTQ+ night Rathaus will be taking charge of the decks for a night.

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Elsewhere at the ArtLot, expect walk-around performances from Acid Granny, The Bubblettes and the return of the beloved Granny’s House installation. Meanwhile a new chill out area called “The Wine House”, which is inspired by Soho’s famous “Jazz After Dark” club invites you to escape and indulge in late-night shenanigans alongside abstract expressionists, drifters, and aspiring poets.

The Artlot is curated by Dublin based art collective The Glow Depot.

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