Electric Picnic Announce Day by Day Line Up

Electric Picnic 2014 Lineup

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Electric Picnic have just announced the day by day line-up of main stage acts. So if you were waiting to figure out what day ticket you just need to have, here’s your opportunity to work that out. Note that only the main stage will have a full line-up on the opening night, so there’ll be little need to stray too far.

Fatboy Slim will headline Friday night joined by My Bloody Valentine & Wu-Tang Clan amongst others to start us off on EP fever. Saturday boasts the standard impressive line up with BJORK, Ellie Goulding, Little Green Cars, Hurts, Two Door Cinema and more. However, it’s Sunday that really takes the biscuit with the Arctic Monkeys hitting the main stage with Franz Ferdinand, Polica, Johnny Marr, Kodaline, Funeral Suits and more.

Check out the full line-up below:

Friday Saturday Sunday
Fatboy Slim Big Black Delta Arctic Monkeys
Giorgio Moroder Billy Bragg Black Uhuru
Hudson Taylor BJORK Blondes
Miles Kane Black Rebel Motorcylce Club Braids
My Bloody Valentine Cayucas David Byrne & St.Vincent
Wu-Tang Clan Clinic Chrome Sparks
Cyril Hahn Chvrches
Daithi Crystal Fighters
Deap Vally Dawes
Disclosure Dirty Epics
Duckworth Lewis Method Dublin Gospel Choir
Ellie Goulding Eels
Factory Floor Enemies
Forrests Franz Ferdinand
Gavin James Funeral Suits
Halves Hermitage Green
Hozier Indians
Hudson Mohawke Jagwar Ma
Hurts Johnny Marr
John Grant Kodaline
John Murry Lady Lamb The Beekeeper
Josephine Little Bear
Le Carousel Luke Sital-Singh
Little Green Cars Mano LeTough
Lulu James Maud in Cahoots
Matthew E. White Mick Flannery
Merchandise
New Jackson Mount Kimbie
No Ceremony MS MR
Ocean Colour Scene Night Beds
Palma Violets Nina Nesbitt
Parquet Courts Noah & The Whale
Peace Polica
Raglans Silhouette
Robert Plant SOAK
Ryan Sheridan Summer Camp
Sam Smith Terri Hooley
Savages The 1975
Space Dimension Controller The Establishment
The Beat The Knife
The Walkmen The Strypes
Tiga Warpaint
Two Door Cinema Club
Valerie June
Young Folk
Young Wonder

 

Laur Ryan

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