Arcade Fire, Pulp, PJ Harvey for Electric Picnic festival – ticket details

Interpol, Chemical Brothers and DJ Shadow also on Irish festival bill

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Arcade Fire, PJ Harvey and Pulp have all been confirmed to play this year's Electric Picnic festival in Ireland.

Also on the bill are Interpol, The Chemical Brothers, DJ Shadow and Beirut.

The event takes place on September 2-4 at Stradbally Hall Estate in County Laois. For more information visit ElectricPicnic.ie.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (March 11) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Electric Picnic tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Electric Picnic line-up so far is:

Arcade Fire
Pulp
The Chemical Brothers
Interpol
PJ Harvey
Beirut
Jimmy Cliff
DJ Shadow
Flying Lotus
The Charlatans
Mogwai
Lykke Li
Midlake
Death In Vegas
The Go! Team
Sinéad O'Connor
White Lies
Boys Noize
Toots & The Maytals
Big Audio Dynamite
OMD
Paul Kalkbrenner
Twin Shadow
The Walkmen
Willy Mason
Trentemoller
Killing Joke
HEALTH
Adam Beyer
Gavin Friday
Mundy
Sharon Shannon Big Band
British India
Ivan St. John
Cast Of Cheers
Dave Clarke
Micah P Hinson
Caitlin Rose
The Potbelleez
Adebisi Shank
The Danger Is
CODES
RSAGO
Emperor

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