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Three Ireland is back at Electric Picnic this year and has announced a brand-new stage at the summer’s biggest festival.
Set within the woodlands of the festival site, the Three ‘Made by Music’ stage will showcase some of Ireland’s best rising talent, connecting fans to the future stars of Ireland’s flourishing music scene.
In addition to bringing a brand-new stage to Electric Picnic, Three is offering revellers the perfect place to ‘Charge and Chill’. Situated across from the main stage, music fans can 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 will feature 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 will be behind the decks spinning chilled out tunes every day.
We’ll be keeping you powered up this weekend, with eco-friendly charging powered by renewable energy from @Lifesaver_Power ⚡🔋
— Three Ireland (@ThreeIreland) July 4, 2019
Three will once again partner with Lifesaver to provide a premium charging service, powered entirely by renewable energy. The pocket-sized power banks charged with 100% renewable energy offer an unlimited charging solution across the weekend. If the power runs out, customers can simply swap it for a full one. 3Charging stations will be situated in three locations at the festival to ensure everyone can stay powered up across the weekend.
Speaking about the announcement, Aislinn O’Connor, Head of Brand and Marketing Communications, Three Ireland commented;
“We are really excited about bringing a brand-new stage to Electric Picnic. Made by Music is all about making connections through music while offering Irish talent the opportunity to reach a wider audience. Our new charge and chill area in the main arena will offer music fans the perfect place to unwind and recharge the batteries while remaining in the heart of the festival, right beside the main stage.”