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SOCIAL PICS: Festival-goers flock to Three’s Charge & Chill area at Electric Picnic

Three's Made by Music stage is back

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Festival-goes have been flocking to Three’s Charge & Chill at this weekends sold out Electric Picnic festival.

The popular area is set to be one of the highlights of the weekend as a host of Irish celebrities and music fans flocked to get the perfect view of the action on the main stage.

Artists involved in Three’s ‘Made by Music’ initiative David KittKean KavanaghFehdahSouléElaine Mai and Sorcha Richardson are set to perform their popular collaborations ‘Follow the Sound’ and ‘Butterflies’  on the new Three Made by Music stage.

Graham McConnell and Jodie Fitzpatrick at Three’s Charge & Chill at Electric Picnic at Stradbally, Co. Laois.
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Catherine Tighe and Susannah Coffey at Three’s Charge & Chill at Electric Picnic at Stradbally, Co. Laois.
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The Sensory Room at Three’s Charge & Chill at Electric Picnic at Stradbally, Co. Laois.
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Megan Dunne, Jenny Ratigan and Lauren Dunne, from Navan, Co. Meath, at Three’s Charge & Chill at Electric Picnic at Stradbally, Co. Laois.
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Situated across from the main stage, music fans are able to relax and recharge their own batteries, as well as their phones, while exploring a range of different multisensory experiences. The ‘charge and chill’ themed structure features a bespoke hanging garden, hammocks and a unique recharge room designed to help relax both mind and body across the weekend.

DJs such as R.Kitt, Dreamcycles, Mel Keane, Nevan JIO and Jack Colleran are spinning chilled out tunes every day.  

Three also debuted their new ‘Made by Music’ stage at this year’s festival. In addition to a world-class performance from the Made by Music artists, the stage also featured rising talent such as Electro-pop star Shura, indie pioneers Sports Team and rising Irish stars, Alex GoughCurtis Walsh and Somebody’s Child.