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Nialler9 Podcast: Beyond The Pale + Body & Soul Festival reviews

Nialler9 Podcast: Beyond The Pale + Body & Soul Festival reviews

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We are keeping our summer school vibe going for a bit for the season by keeping episodes relaxed and casual for a bit while the weather is a bit nicer.

Episode 218 of the Nialler9 Podcast then, sees Niall take the reins of the going out buzz after last week’s Andrea Goes To Slane episode.

It was a busy festival weekend with Beyond The Pale, Body & Soul and Seas Sessions all taking place in Ireland this past weekend. Niall went to the first two for Body & Soul Festival on Friday and Saturday and then festival hopped to Beyond The Pale on the Sunday.

He shares his experiences of both, from the weather to the site cleanliness to the highlights, lowlights and an attempt to answer the question that was on everyone’s lips – why was Beyond The Pale and Body & Soul clashing on the same weekend?

There were thunderstorms, lightning, big sets, stage time delays, vibe checks and crowd checks to consider.

Plus, we share your highlights and lowlights from your festival weekend experiences from our Insta and Discord callouts.

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