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Air Hubs

New for 2023, we’re introducing AIR Hubs across our campsites at Electric Picnic. They will provide a facility over and above the Info points that were situated in multiple locations in and amongst the camping areas. AIR is an acronym for ASSISTANCE, INFORMATION & RESPONSE and we will be working with local community groups and charities to run these hubs for us, with the support of our existing safeguarding and welfare partners at the festival. The groups involved with the Electric Picnic AIR Hubs to are NCBI, ISPCA, SOSAD Ireland, Turn2Me, Portarlington Women’s Shed, Teac Tom, Portlaoise AFC and Laois Cricket Club. There will be 11 of these in total, meaning you will never be too far away from a friendly face or listening ear when in the campsites. Air Hubs will be open 24 hours in all campsites, from Thursday through to Monday at 14:00.



Event Wellbeing will be providing our welfare service here at Electric Picnic. If you are experiencing anxiety, struggling with any mental health concerns, or having a bad experience with drugs and alcohol then come and see them in the welfare tent in the Jimi Hendrix Campsite. The Welfare tent is open 24 hours over the weekend to get practical and emotional support. Their team provides a non-judgemental and confidential service and can talk through any concerns you may be having on site. They offer a monitored rest and recovery area if you’ve overdone it. Please go to the Welfare Tent if you experience any problems or need to talk to someone for any reason.



Samaritans will give you the time and space to talk things through so you can find a way through any problems. You can talk to them any time you like, in your own way, about whatever is getting to you and in complete confidence. Providing emotional support face-to-face on Friday from 21:00 to 02:00 am and again on Saturday/Sunday from 11:00 until 02:00. Available also 24/7 by freephone 116123 and email



The HSE is running a programme of anonymous drug testing as part of its ongoing ‘Safer Nightlife’ programme and drug harm reduction campaign. Volunteers will be on site giving advice on how to reduce the risks associated with drug use and assisting in emergencies. The HSE aims to obtain substances at a designated tent located back of house from people who choose to submit substances through the use of surrender bins anonymously. They can then identify and communicate if dangerous substances are in circulation via screen messaging and social media.



SATU’s services include a health check, medication and if requested a forensic exam in order to gain evidence. Members of the SATU will be on site during the festival. They will be giving out free condoms and also providing information on what services are available should a rape or assault take place as well as advice on reporting a rape or assault. Open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 13:00 to 20:00.



See Change & Shine are an organisation dedicated to ending mental health stigma. They will be here to provide support and information to anyone who needs it. There will be a branded tent in Mindfield and they will be engaging festival-goers to talk about their green ribbon campaign, which is a symbol of the de-stigmatisation of mental illness. They are open Friday to Sunday from 11:00 to 20:00.



Safe Gigs Ireland is an initiative that advocates for the creation of a space free from discrimination and violence within the event environment. Members of Safe Gigs Ireland will be on site to assist in the implementation of EP Republic’s zero tolerance policy and to promote Safe Gigs for everyone. They will be located in the Main Arena. They are open Friday from 12:00 to 21:00 and Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 21:00.



Women’s Aid is bringing their “Too Into You campaign” to Electric Picnic. The campaign highlights intimate relationship abuse and the red flags in relationships. They will be located in the main arena and can provide information and teach people about the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships. They are open Friday from 12:00 to 20:00 and Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00.



This year we are supporting the Ask for Angela campaign, which is operational at all our venues, bars and briefed to all staff members. We want to make sure help is ready and available to those who call upon it. We have seen this simple yet effective campaign prove successful at our festivals so far and want to continue this at Electric Picnic.

Pink Pamper Hair & Beauty Salon

Located in Jimi Hendrix Campsite. Services & Opening Hours:

Friday 2nd September
12 – 6pm – Rental of GHD & Hairdryers +bookings of appointments

Saturday 3rd September
8am – 6pm – Rental of GHD & Hairdryers Wash & Blowdries, Braiding, Festival Face Art

Sunday 4th September
Rental of GHD and hairdryers, Wash and Blowdries, Braiding, Festival Face Art

Use of Hairdryer: €10
Hair Wash: €10 – 15
Hair Wash & Dry: €25 – €40
With Extensions: €35 – €40
Blow Dry from wet: €20 – €25
Braids: €10 – €30
Festival Face Art: €5 – €25


Lockers and Storage Boxes will be available for storing your valuables all weekend in the Jimi Hendrix campsite. We recommend valuables such as wallets, IDs, cameras etc are kept in lockers for extra security. Storage boxes are perfect for storing larger items such as alcohol, etc. If it fits in, they will store it!
Book your locker in advance to avoid disappointment, as lockers and storage boxes are limited!


Three Charging  will be providing charging facilities on site.



  • General camping will open at 16:00 on Thursday 31st August 2023 for Early Entry ticket holders only. *You must also have a valid Weekend Camping Ticket.
  • General camping for Weekend Camping Ticket holders opens at 09:00 on Friday 1st September and closes at 13:00 on Monday 4th September 2023.
  • The campsite is staffed 24 hours a day and you can arrive at any time during this period.


  • All weekend festival tickets include access to all standard campsites. Public Campsites will open at 09:00 on Friday 1st September for Weekend Camping Ticket holders only.
  • All our general campsites are named and colour-coded to aid orientation across site. There is plenty of space in the campsites for the capacity attending and so you should be able to find a space which is comfortable for you.
  • You cannot drive into the campsites at any time.
  • Campsite Manager will be working 24 hours in each zone. Their bases are by each area’s info point. There are also teams of security and stewards in each zone who are there if you need any help.


Under the Stars

Under the Stars offers the very best festival experience you can wish for. With gorgeous structures between our Lotus Belles and Super Deluxe Bell Tents alongside a first class service, the is a unique way to do a festival. Set in a gorgeous tranquil woodland, you will be looked after with the amazing Pink Moon staff all weekend. The site offers a complimentary buffet breakfast, private chill out lounge in an beautiful setting and much more just 2 minutes from the main stage!

Harvest Moon Hideaway

Harvest Moon Hideaway is located behind the hall just a short walk from the main arena. With a variety of Bell Tents, Touaregs and Silk Road units accompanied with fabulous facilities including premium toilets, showers, catering unit and coffee, seating and more! Book now to avoid disappointment in 2024.

Moonlight Meadows

Moonlight Meadows is a name change for the Pink Moon Village. Located between the Comedy Tent and Electric Arena. With a variety of standard tents, bell tents and Festihut units accompanied with fabulous facilities including premium toilets, showers, bar, live music, charging stations and more! Book now to avoid disappointment in 2024.

Cosmic Avenue

Cosmic Avenue is a new site for 2024. The site will have everything you have come to expect including quality toilets, showers, charging stations, pamper units, food and coffee stalls and the Pink Moon service! Colourful and Canvas bells are the order here, we’ve got a large variety available for guests to enjoy.



  • Our dedicated Disabled Access Accessible campsite is a space for both tents and campervans. All information on facilities, support provided and how to reserve your pitch can be found in the Access section.


  • The Family Campsite opens at 09:00 on Friday 1st September. Please note, Early Entry passes are not valid for this campsite.
  • To stay in the Family Campsite, you will need to purchase a Family Camping Ticket. Please be sure to choose the correct option when purchasing your tickets.
  • Those with the Family Camping Tickets will have access to our Family Car Park


  • Family Campervan opens at 16:00 on Thursday 31st August. Entry to site will only be permitted to people with valid Family Weekend Tickets accompanied by a
    valid Family Campervan/Caravan pass. You must be accompanied by a child aged 12 or under to access this area. Please note that original proof of purchase along with
    supporting ID may be required along with your Family Campervan/Caravan pass.
  • Please note: there will be no access to the main arena or food traders until Thursday evening. Basic toilet facilities and water points will still be available.


  • General Campervan opens at 16:00 on Thursday 31st August. Entry into site will only be permitted to vehicles with a valid Campervan/Caravan Pass, and each occupant must also have a Weekend Ticket. *Original proof of purchase along with supporting ID may be required along with your campervan/caravan pass.
  • Please note: there will be no access to the main arena or food traders until Thursday evening. Basic toilet facilities and water points will still be available.
  • Campervan Terms & Conditions


A an environmentally conscious eco-camping space, who are on a mission to encourage picnickers to step up and take responsibility for their own waste. Here you will benefit from the Niftybin system, Festival Bin Inspectors to help campers live by the camp ethos and award winning chemical free & waterless toilets.

Registration is closed for 2023🌿🏕️


  • If you are camped in an emergency access lane, your tent will have to be moved by our security teams. The lanes are marked with scaffolding poles and festoon lighting. The lanes between the scaffolding poles are the emergency access lanes.
  • If you return to your tent to find that this has occurred, please make a note of the campsite that you are in and find the nearest member of staff to help or go to your campsite info point.
    If you are not sure about whether you are camped inappropriately or not, please check with a member of staff.
  • If you find yourself without accommodation due to your tent being removed then please go to the Welfare Tent in Jimi Hendrix which is open 24 hours. They will be happy to help you. Please note that although we will make all reasonable efforts to take care of your property, no responsibility can be taken for any items that are lost or damaged during tent removal.