It has been a busy day for Energia today. Not only did they announce the new naming rights deal on Energia Park, formerly Donnybrook Stadium.

They also saw The Stunning and a host of other acts added to the bill at the Energia sponsored Groove Festival at Kilruddery House.

Energia Park has been given a purple makeover as part of what is a ten year deal with Leinster rugby and the full new name and branding will be part of the music as well as the sports events taking place at the Dublin 4 Venue.

The National will play there on June 15th and 16th while Jenny Green and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra will be on site the week after.

Energia won the Best Event Sponsorship at last year’s Irish Sponsorship Awards for their partnership with the Groove Festival.

Sony Experia and KBC Bank are also on board for 2018 which has today unveiled The Stunning as joining Fun Lovin’ Criminals and Heather Small as the headline acts who will be appearing.

The Riptide Movement, Kila and Something happens are also on the bill and the Festival is expanding beyond the realm of music this year as well.

There will be a Hardy Har Comedy Club featuring Eric Lalor and Adam Burke and there will be more non-music events unveiled in the coming weeks.

For those of an energetic disposition, Hell and Back who stage their annual adventure challenge at the same venue will be on hand with a selection of challenges to test mettle and endurance.

Kids will be catered for with a series of Pirates, Magic and Circus performances taking place around the Wicklow venue over the course of the weekend.