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  1. Saturday night main stage looks very strong. Christine and The Queens, 1975 and The Strokes would be the main stage headliners for many other festivals but spread over the entire weekend
  2. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.irishtimes.com/culture/music/electric-picnic-2019-exclusive-first-stage-times-revealed-1.3995227%3fmode=amp
  3. So the announcement is next Wednesday, just noticed The Flaming Lips have announced The Soft Bulletin tour for early September and no Irish date, surely they’ll be turning up in Stradbally?
  4. I read somewhere that Johnny Marr had self confirmed
  5. So who do we reckon will play? I’ll take a first stab at :- The 1975, Smashing Pumpkins, Groove Armada, Tears For Fears, Tame Impala, Jess Glynne, Primal Scream, James, Post Malone, Bastille, Charli XCX, Mura Masa, Pale Waves, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Franz Ferdinand, The Streets, Ronnie Spector
  6. Next main announcement coming Friday
  7. It’s probably not gonna be James as they announced a Yorkshire gig today for Scarborough a couple of weeks before. I’d guess Shed 7, Massive Attack and Noel Gallagher
  8. So, with the initial lineup announced next week, what's everyone's final prediction? I'll go ; Arctic Monkeys , Kendrick Lamar , The Prodigy (Headliners), also Bastille, Hozier, Van Morrison, James, Franz Ferdinand, Dua Lipa, Jesus & Mary Chain, Idlewild, Gomez, Pet Shop Boys, Blossoms, Stormzy, Vampire Weekend, First Aid Kit, Teenage Fanclub, Friendly Fires, Gaz Coombes, Billy Bragg
  9. So both Festival No 6 in Wales and Electric Fields in Scotland, both around the same time as EP, have announced their initial lineups today and it's likely we could get a few of those acts turning up in Stradbally. Personally out of those lineups i'd love to see Leftfield, James, Idlewild, Teenage Fanclub, The Coral, Baxter Dury, Franz Ferdinand, Friendly Fires, Anna Calvi, Gaz Coombes, The Horrors and Viv Albertine Reading & Leeds also announced although there's not much I'd like to see out of that lineup
  10. I’ve a hunch it’ll be The Flaming Lips
  11. Yeah I was there, it was amazing, definitely the set of the weekend!
  12. Depeche Mode tour ends in July, final date is 25th July according to their website so I guess that’s them out! Pixies strong rumour for Reading and Leeds the weekend before so I could see them playing, I’d say QOTSA are a good shout, Chic doing the rounds again and they’ve done it twice before. TBH I’m struggling to think who could play....hopefully David Byrne if he’s still around in Europe at the time, maybe Tears For Fears for the ‘retro but still relevant(ish)’ slot?
  13. Depeche Mode headlining 4 festivals in France in July next year, suggests they're doing a full European festival tour! I'd say the omens for an appearance at EP have suddenly got a whole lot better
  14. I've no idea about next year! I'm guessing Depeche Mode for the big heritage act if they're still touring the new album. Could see Franz Ferdinand, QOTSA, Jesus and Mary Chain, Sparks, The National, The The, Arcade Fire, Black Grape, James, Beth Ditto, Sugarhill Gang, Jess Glynne, Blondie
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