If you’re a musician, writer, actress, fashionista, artist or designer you’ve come to the right place.
Step a little further into the dark basement and there’s an art studio, a dark room and a stage/white screen for aspiring photographers and musicians. They have a Jeff Koons on the wall to inspire, a gallery night on Wednesdays and regular open mic nights where the talented, weird and wonderful gather to cheer each other on.
Where in Ireland would you ever find such a thing?
My favorites have been a women in a huge orange hat that I would see fit only for ladies day at the Galway Races; a man in a big puffy full-length pink skirt; a girl wearing heels almost as tall as the length of her legs with nothing else but a long knitted sweater and of course all the hipsters with perfectly groomed hair and skinny jeans.
A trip to one of the many vintage stores on Orchard Street will inspire even the most unimaginative dresser to up their game.
Electric Picnic is a resounding success with its mix of mind, body and spirit in a creative hub for one weekend in the year and now it’s time to take it to the streets.