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Body & Soul announce The Blaze, Princess Nokia & Modeselektor as part of first wave of 2019 lineup

Body & Soul announce The Blaze, Princess Nokia & Modeselektor as part of first wave of 2019 lineup

Luke Sharkey

2019 sees boutique music festival Body & Soul return for its 10th year running.

The festival, a big favourite among free spirits and fans of leftfield music, will take place in the idyllic grounds of Ballinalough Castle this year from June 21st-23rd.

The festival has today unveiled its first round of acts of the 2019 event. There’s some super impressive names on the list with headliners coming in the form of Modeselektor, The Blaze and Santigold. Talos, The Murder Capital and Wyvern Lingo are among the biggest domestic names on the list.

Here’s the lineup so far

  • Modeselektor
  • The Blaze
  • Santigold
  • Kruder & Dorfmeister
  • Princess Nokia
  • Kate Tempest
  • Mano Le Tough
  • Talos
  • Dream Wife
  • Soak
  • Wyvern Lingo
  • Baikal
  • Kiddy Smile
  • Monolink
  • The Drifter
  • Oshun
  • Laoise
  • Tulla Céilí Band
  • whenyoung
  • Coely
  • The Murder Capital
  • Meltybrains?
  • Thumper
  • Niamh Regan
  • Lil’Dave
  • The Clockworks

See Also
Sprints - All Together Now - Saturday 5th Aug 2023 - ©Glen Bollard

Body & Soul will take place in Ballinalough Castle from the 21st-23rd of June. Weekend tickets, at €199+ are on sale now here.

The Blaze - Territory - Official Video
Modeselektor feat. Tommy Cash - Who

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay6JMXbjgWw


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