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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Lineup

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# Electric Picnic
Hozier, The Strokes, Florence + the Machine and The 1975 announced as headliners for Electric Picnic
The festival is already sold out.
# Electric Picnic
6 acts to swot up on before Electric Picnic
It’s getting close now …
# Lineup
These are the biggest games announced at E3 this week
Be excited. Be very excited.
# all the ladies
Here's what the Electric Picnic lineup looks like without the men
Electric Picnic organiser Melvin Benn says that booking acts isn’t “directed” towards equal representation of female and male artists.
# playtime
Which games should you get for your Playstation 4 this Christmas?
The console has been a bright light in Sony’s troubled year, but which games should you look out for?
# Lineup
Jordan Kiely the one change for Kerry minors ahead of Sunday's final
The Kingdom’s top scorer must settle for a place on the bench.
# Electric Dreams
UPDATE! Adam Ant, B-52s and Alison Moyet not playing Electric Picnic
Ticketmaster seems to be dropping some hints. Fake hints.
# Electric Dreams
Arctic Monkeys, Fatboy Slim and Bjork for Electric Picnic 2013
David Byrne and St Vincent, Franz Ferdinand and Ocean Colour Scene are also on the lineup. Plus, more ticket details.
# Electric Picnic
Electric Picnic: Who's playing at Body & Soul this year?
The Body & Soul arena is a wonderland away from the wilder ends of the Electric Picnic festival. We handpick this year’s highlights.
# Cork GAA
Canty returns for Cork, Kildare unchanged
The Cork captain comes in at centre back, with Eoin Cotter missing out.
# Lineup
Harte brings in McCarron for Tyrone's clash with Roscommon
The player comes in for Ryan McMenamin ahead of Saturday’s game in Dr Hyde Park.
# New Order
Bank Holiday Weekend Festival Rider of the Day
Chardonnay, ENGLISH tea bags and subdued lighting. That’s what New Order are demanding when they visit Dublin for Forbidden Fruit this weekend…