Here's how you can get your hands on tickets for the sold-out Electric Picnic 2020
Missed out an Electric Picnic ticket? Fear not. All hope is not yet lost.
Ah Electric Picnic. The highlight of Ireland's festival season, and to many people, the highlight of the year in general.
Not many festivals are able to immediately sell out before any acts have been announced, but Electric Picnic has (again), showing just how great the demand for EP is each year.
And if you missed out on a ticket when they went on sale to the public in December, we're sure you were very upset to be missing one of the biggest occasions of the year.
Well, fear not!
Tour de Picnic has launched once again for 2020, giving participants the chance to get a weekend pass to EP by promising to cycle their way to Stradbally from Tallaght Stadium.
This year, participants are required to raise €450 (including a registration fee), to take part in the Tour de Picnic. All of the money raised will go to LauraLynn – Ireland’s Children’s Hospice, Ronald McDonald House and ISPCC Childline.
The current registration fee is at an early bird rate of €60, but it will increase to €100 when those early bird places are sold out.
You can sign up for Tour de Picnic now, and you have until 30 June to reach the fundraising target.
Despite Body & Soul ending a lengthy partnership with EP, it has also been confirmed that the Stradbally festival will have an increased capacity of 70,000 for this year's event.