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EP09 – your shout

It’s (nearly) all over. You’ve read what we’ve had to say about the last couple of days – and if you haven’t, the reviews and recaps are down the page, the slideshow from our snappers Alan Betson and Brenda Fitzsimons …

Mon, Sep 7, 2009, 01:24

   

It’s (nearly) all over. You’ve read what we’ve had to say about the last couple of days – and if you haven’t, the reviews and recaps are down the page, the slideshow from our snappers Alan Betson and Brenda Fitzsimons is here and there’s a version of the Daily Ticket inside today’s Irish Times with, amongst other bits and pieces, my overview of the music and Frank McNally’s thoughts on the weekend that was – so now it’s your turn to give your views.

EP09 returnees: Florence & The Machine have announced two Irish shows for December, playing Belfast’s Ulster Hall (6, tickets £21) and Dublin’s Olympia (7, tickets €24.50), with support from fellow EP act The Temper Trap. Both shows go on sale this Friday.

Before I throw it open to the floor, hello once again to all the crew who worked on the Daily Ticket over the last few days in the shed. It was a mighty adventure (again). Big shout out to Joe from Eircom in Stradbally who saved the day on Saturday.

So, enough about us, how was it for you? Who and what rocked? And, on the other hand, who and what sucked? We’re waiting to hear from you – once you get out of the car-parks.

(I’m closing comments on the other Electric Picnic posts below to ensure that all post-Picnic comments are contained here)