Music Promoter Reynolds seeks discovery of confidential Electric Picnic documents

Music promoter John Reynolds is seeking discovery of a host of confidential financial agreements entered into by the company behind the Electric Picnic festival.

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Ian Kehoe

24th August, 2013
Claire Marry, Keighley Kierns and Leah Murphy from Drogheda get into the spirit at the Electric Picnic music and arts festival in Stradbally Co Laois last year. Photo: Photocall

Music promoter John Reynolds is seeking discovery of a host of confidential financial agreements entered into by the company behind the Electric Picnic festival.

The legal push is part of Reynolds' battle for control of the festival, which is taking place in Stradbally, Co Laois next weekend with Fatboy Slim, the Arctic Monkeys and Bjork all performing.

Reynolds will ask the High Court in the coming weeks for a discovery order over documents relating to...

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