Body & Soul is back for its sixth year in Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath for the Summer Solstice weekend of Friday June 19th to Sunday June 21st.
First here are the all-important first names:
Flight Facilities, Savages, Ásgeir, Austra, Goat, Nightmares on Wax, Rhye, Lamb, Matthew E White, Dan Deacon, Talaboman (John Talabot and Axel Boman), James Holden, Clark, SOHN, Mmoths, Brandt Brauer Frick, Songhoy Blues, Natalie Prass, Shit Robot, Alo Wala, Oy, New Jackson, Jonathan Toubin, Meltybrains? King Kong Company and Grounds For Invasion.
All of last year’s stages are expected to return and more names will of course, be announced soon. Meanwhile if you want a taste of Body & Soul, they are putting on Eriu on Monday in IMMA.
Body&Soul is this year offering a 5 Tier Ticket system for Three Day Camping tickets. Tier 1, 2, 3 have now sold out. A limited number Tier 4 tickets are currently available and Tier 5 will come on sale when they have sold out.
Full Tiered Pricing Details: General and Family Weekend Tickets:
Tier 4 €139.50 incl booking fee
Tier 5 €149.50 incl booking fee
Combined Weekend & Bus (return from Dublin) tickets available also:
Tier 4 €167.50 incl booking fee
Tier 5 €177.50 incl booking fee
Campervan tickets EU60 incl booking fee (Note separate event tickets required for each passenger.)
A Family Ticket is available for those wishing to stay in the dedicated Family Campsite. A family ticket permits entry for 1 adult and 2 children aged 12 or under. (Adults without children are not permitted into Family Campsite). Children U12 are free
All tickets can be purchased with the Easy Payment Scheme allowing you to pay in instalments.
A Sunday ticket is available for €55 including booking fee for those wishing to attend on the Sunday only. Note: No camping is permitted with this ticket. Sunday ticket holders are not permitted to bring alcohol into the festival. A Sunday & Bus ticket is available for €84 including booking fee.
All tickets from Ticketmaster include a charge – €6.10 for internet/phone bookings and €2.15 per ticket.