It's a weekend of music, dancing, late nights and shenanigans - but we all know how important the food is for stamina.
This year at Electric Picnic, the festival plays host to over 100 food stalls, and is offering everything from traditional food like seafood chowder and pulled pork sambos, all the way to international dishes such as curries and tacos. WE'RE DROOLING.
As well as catching your favourite music acts, visit the Artisan Food Market for a good feed. There will be a wide selection of vegetarian and vegan options if you've special dietary requirements, or fancy something different.
Here's some places to check out:
TGO Falafel Bar (Main Arena)
Hailing from Galway, this place is known for their heavenly vegan offerings. Their falafel is meant to be out of this world.
Our #vegan #saladbar is bursting with #goodness today. #butterbeansalad #rainbowsalad #blackrussian #tomato. Set yourself up for the #galwayinternationalartsfestival at #tgofalafelbar or at the #galwaymarket
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Burger Republic (Late Night Arena)
That menu. It's a yes from us.
Kerala Kitchen (Late Night Arena)
Serving up delicious Indian food.
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The Theatre of Food
This is returning to the festival and we couldn't be more excited about it. Whether you're a self-proclaimed Donal Skehan in the kitchen, or you just fancy getting some decent grub with your friends, this is the place for you.
Back in May, organisers released the lineup for this part of the festival, and it's seriously impressive.
There will be loads of well-known faces cooking up some delicious meals, including Rosanna Davison, The Happy Pear, Ballymaloe's Rory O'Connell, and mixologists Paul McKenna, Oisin Davis and Alan Kavanagh. Jonathan McCrea will also be there, showing all how strange the science behind food can be!
Of course, the name is in the title Electric Picnic - The People's Picnic is brought to the festival by Fáilte Ireland Food Champions. They'll have picnic hampers for all festival goers for a tenner, with proceeds going to Jigsaw. They're aiming to stage the longest picnic in Ireland on Saturday afternoon.
Check out the full lineup and all that there's on offer HERE.
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