Miriam O'Callaghan leads Ireland's well-known faces at Stradbally to enjoy Electric Picnic with niece Lizzy
Miriam O'Callaghan was among the well known faces who trekked to Stradbally this weekend to soak up the atmosphere at Electric Picnic.
The Primetime presenter was pictured enjoying the annual festival's Casa Bacardi stage on Sunday with her niece Lizzy Jones, as revellers prepare for the final night of the three-day Picnic.
Newstalk's George Hook also travelled to Laois to enjoy the fun in Stradbally on Sunday.
Mum and daughter Yvonne Connolly and Missy Keating (16) were at the festival's #3Disco on Saturday, where resident DJ Marcus O'Laoire has entertained revellers throughout the weekend.
The former model turned TV cook was festival ready in a flowing white dress, paired with a suede jacket and fedora, while her teenage daughter looked festival ready in a leopard print play suit.
Aoibhin Garrihy and her husband John Burke seemed to be enjoying the last social marking of the summer, pictured with Garrihy's sister Snapchat star Doireann at the festival on Saturday.
Festival regular Rosanna Davison was prepared for the weekend's dismal weather, armed with her warm winter coat as she posed for photos in Stradbally.
Meanwhile, Hollywood star Jack Reynor and his girlfriend Madeline McQueen did not let the soggy grounds of Stradbally get in the way of their fun, and were spotted in Heineken's 'Live Your Music' space at the festival.
Getaways star Angela Scanlan, presenter Baz Ashmawy and Ireland rugby star Gary Ringrose were also on site to mark the end of the summer at Electric Picnic.
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