Advertisement

Should Electric Picnic go ahead this year?

70,000 Electric Picnic attendees are due to descend on the small Laois town in September, but...

Share this article

15.11 15 Jun 2021


Should Electric Picnic go ahead this year?


Listen to this episode


Share this article

15.11 15 Jun 2021


70,000 Electric Picnic attendees are due to descend on the small Laois town in September, but with residents calling for it to be cancelled, revellers may be disappointed for a second year in a row. 

Should Electric Picnic go ahead this year?

Sylvester Phelan is the owner of Phelan’s Mini Market in Stradbally, Ivan Knowls is a local publican in Stradbally - they joined Andrea Gilligan to discuss the issue. 

Listen and subscribe to Lunchtime Live on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.

    

Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.

  

You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.


Read more about

Covid19 Electric Picnic Festival Ireland Ivan Knowls Music Stradbally Sylvester Phelan

Related Episodes

So You Think You're an Adult:...

00:21:58

So You Think You're an Adult: I hate my fiancés teeth!

So You Think You're An Adult

00:21:58


Could breeding horses be a sol...

00:05:04

Could breeding horses be a solution for climate change?

The Hard Shoulder Highlights

00:05:04


Should musical education be av...

00:13:57

Should musical education be available to every child?

The Hard Shoulder Highlights

00:13:57


The uptake of Dog's being invo...

00:08:49

The uptake of Dog's being involved in weddings

Moncrieff Highlights

00:08:49