It's not very often you get to see a member of the world's best ever rock group, so you'll forgive us for saying that we're pretty damn excited to see Robert Plant's performance on the main stage at 7pm. The former Led Zeppelin man still possesses that honeyed, smooth voice and we're led (hey-o!) to believe that there will be more than a few Zeppelin songs in the great man's setlist. We're counting down the minutes.


Ireland's best cricket-inspired band, hands down. Comprised of Neil Hannon (he of the Divine Comedy fame) and Thomas Walsh of Pugwash, The DLM have just released their second long player to pretty resoundinly positive reviews from, well, just about everyone. We're looking forward to checking them out on the main stage at 4pm.


If you're not near the main stage at 4pm, you could do a hell of a lot worse than popping to the Body & Soul stage to check out Swords. One of the country's most promising new bands, the threepiece recently released their debut album - the Karl Odlum produced Lions & Gold - and it's definitely worth investing your time into.


One of the most charismatic figures in all of music, the Icelander is known for her enigmatic stage performances and elaborate costumes and is perfect fodder for this Picnic audience. This should be one of Saturday's highlights and absolutely not to be missed, so make sure you're near the main stage at 9pm.


If we were to make any bets on this, we'd put our money on Two Door having the highest main stage attendance of any band today. Such has been the Derry band's growth over the last couple of years, that they've graduated from touring around Ireland's more intimate venues to playing some of Ireland's biggest stages. Tonight's show at 10.40pm on the main stage will be the band's biggest ever Irish show, so you can expect them to pull out all of the proverbial stops.