Electric Picnic announce date change for 2021 festival

By Rory Cashin

June 16, 2021 at 2:24pm

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"Thank you so much for your continued patience and we will keep you updated as much as we can."

Those excited to get to Electric Picnic this year will have to wait just a LITTLE bit longer, as the organisers have officially announced that 2021's festival will take place a few weeks later than originally planned.

The official statement is as follows:

"Good afternoon everyone. We wanted to update you all on how Electric Picnic plans to move forward this year. Given the great progress the HSE is making on the Vaccine Rollout so far, and the recently announced target of having at least 70% of the country fully vaccinated by the end of July, we are still confident that the festival can take place this year.

"That being said, we feel we have a much better chance of that happening by moving the dates back a few weeks to September 24 to 26 instead of the original dates of September 3 to 5.

"We are as desperate as everyone else to get our industry back up and running, and if moving the festival further back in September helps that dream become a reality then we feel it’s the right decision to make.

"We also understand that this may not suit everyone, and if you cannot make it that weekend then you are entitled to a full refund.

"Everyone in our industry, and the entire country for that matter, needs some sort of hope that the end of this pandemic is in sight. We truly wish that Electric Picnic will be the light at the end of the tunnel and we can welcome you all to Stradbally this year.

"Thank you so much for your continued patience and we will keep you updated as much as we can."

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