Paolo Nutini Confirmed For 2023 Electric Picnic Festival
Paolo Nutini has been confirmed as the headlining act for the Saturday night of this year’s Electric Picnic Festival in Ireland.
Other new names have also been confirmed for Electric Picnic, including Inhaler, Wet Leg, Belters Only, Gavin James and breakout star Jazzy were also announced today, along with The Coronas, blk., Confidence Man, Overmono, MUNA, Dec Pierce Block Rockin’ Beats, Maverick Sabre, Jamie Webster, Mae Stephens, Pa Sheehy, Kingfishr, Ispíní Na hÉireann, Brad Heidi, Katy Kirby, Debbie, Dylan John Thomas, milk., ANSBRO, IMNOTYOURMATE and Yasmin Gardezi.
Nutini and the other new acts join previously confirmed artists including Niall Horan, The Killers, and Billie Eilish. In addition, further acts are still to be announced for the popular annual festival, which is set to take place from September 1-3 in Stradbally, Co. Laois. Visit the event’s official website for further information.
Last week, Paolo Nutini also announced that he will be playing in Edinburgh in August – and it’s his only Scottish date of the year. The singer-songwriter heading to the Royal Highland Showground on Thursday, 31 August, and will be joined by special guests Inhaler and The Big Moon. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, with presale beginning at 9am and general sale kicking off at 10am.
The Paisley-born singer-songwiter announced the news on Instagram, writing: “Scotland We are back in Edinburgh this August for our only Scottish show of the year with @inhalerdublin and @thebigmoon. Pre sale tickets 9am Friday 28th July General Sale 10am Friday 28th July.”
In 2022, Nutini returned to active duty with the release of his fourth album, Last Night in the Bittersweet, which was well received from fans and critics across the world. The album also topped charts in the UK, Ireland, Netherlands and Italy. Following a hugely successful run of five sold out shows at OVO Hydro, Glasgow in December 2022, Paolo broke the attendance record for a music act at the venue when over 68,000 fans came out to hear the new album performed live.