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This is how Three will help festival-goers stay ‘connected’ at Longitude this year

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Three is bringing an all-new fully-charged experience to this year’s Longitude festival – ensuring music lovers stay connected across the three-day weekend event in Marlay Park, Dublin.

Three has partnered with Lifesaver to provide a premium charging service, powered entirely by renewable energy, so music fans will be able to ensure that they stay charged to capture those all-important festival memories.

These eco-friendly pocket sized power banks will give you two full charges but if the power runs out in your charging bank, simply swap it for a full one, for free.

This service, provided by Three, requires a deposit of €10 which can be redeemed on return of their Lifesaver power bank.

Meanwhile, the viewing deck at the Three ‘Made by Music’ area has doubled in size this year and offers customers the best view of all the main stage action at Longitude.

The hugely popular ‘All You Can Eat’ candy floss room is set for a return allowing music fans to recharge their own batteries, in between their favourite artists.

Keeping the festival atmosphere going throughout the weekend, a line-up of homegrown Irish DJ collectives will be on the decks playing the best summer anthems such as Fulton + Gold, Club Comfort, DIP, Jimmy Rouge, Repeater and many more.