Have a brush with party’s exotic sights

by Gazette Reporter

THE JUST Eat Retreat will be returning to Electric Picnic this year and it promises to be bigger than ever, thanks to the Full Moon Party setting it will be installing.
More than 200 tonnes of sand and palm trees will be shipped into Stradbally, bringing the sights and sounds of tropical Thailand, and classic Full Moon Party vibes to Electric Picnic, where people can also enjoy neon body painting (right).
Speaking at the announcement, Vogue Williams said: “I love travelling and I love going to festivals, so I’m excited about experiencing exotic flavours and partying at Just Eat’s Full Moon Party at Electric Picnic.”

Top Names Set For 2017’s Metropolis
MEANWHILE, another festival – Dublin’s indoor Metropolis – has announced some excellent acts for its upcoming October Bank Holiday extravaganza.
Leftfield, Death In Vegas, and TLC are just some of the top names set to wow music fans and festivalgoers, bringing a blast audio energy to keep autumn rocking along.
Tickets for Metropolis are on sale now.

Time To Take The Kids To Hell & Back
FOR A good time with all the family, why not take them to Hell & Back?
The striking name marks a new adventure challenge at the stunning Killruddery Estate in Bray, with a fun 7KM endurance run for families (and kids aged over 10), following a more gruelling challenge for adults only the previous day.
The family adventure playground will see young and old working together to run, climb, crawl, and dunk their way through more than 30 natural and man-made obstacles.
To register, see www.hellandback.ie; prices from €103.50 per family (one adult, two children).

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