Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

EP10: the return of The Daily Ticket

As we have done every year from 2007, we will be publishing The Daily Ticket on Saturday and Sunday at the Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co Laois. Produced in a shed in the middle of a field, The Daily Ticket …

Thu, Sep 2, 2010, 11:55

   

As we have done every year from 2007, we will be publishing The Daily Ticket on Saturday and Sunday at the Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co Laois.

Produced in a shed in the middle of a field, The Daily Ticket will have reviews of the previous day’s action, previews of the day ahead, features, news, views and loads of other bits and pieces.

It will be available in the Electric Picnic campsites and main arena from around 10am on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

The team behind The Daily Ticket this year are writers Lauren Murphy, Rosemary McCabe, Conor Pope and myself, photographers Alan Betson and Brenda Fitzsimons and production brilliance from John Lane and Ciaran Murray. Ticket editor Anthea McTiernan will be providing inspiration.

Stand by for first OTR reports from Stradbally later today.

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