Eels, Friendly Fires, The Fall added to Electric Picnic 2010 line-up

Acts will join Roxy Music, Massive Attack and LCD Soundsystem at the event

Eels, Friendly Fires, The Fall added to Electric Picnic 2010 line-up
Eels, Friendly Fires and The Fall are among the names added to the line-up for this year's Electric Picnic festival.

Set to join the likes of Roxy Music, Massive Attack, LCD Soundsystem and Public Image Ltd. at the bash, other new additions to the bill include Laurent Garnier, Bonobo, Stornoway and Fight Like Apes.

The Irish event takes place on September 3-5 at Stradbally Hall Estate in County Laois.

For more information, visit ElectricPicnic.ie.

The Electric Picnic line-up so far is:

Roxy Music
Leftfield
Massive Attack
LCD Soundsystem
The Frames
Public Image Ltd
The National
Imelda May
Mumford & Sons
Eels
Friendly Fires
The Fall
Seasick Steve
Modest Mouse
Hot Chip
Gil Scott-Heron
Fever Ray
Jonsi
Fat Freddy's Drop
Bad Lieutenant
Crystal Castles
Afro Celt Sound System
Booka Shade
Bloody Beetroots Death Crew77
Laurent Garnier
Bonobo
Stornoway
Fight Like Apes
Channel One




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