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SoFFT Nights makes a return this Summer with Elaine Mai, Lisa O’Neill, Tolü Makay, Kíla and more

SoFFT Nights makes a return this Summer with Elaine Mai, Lisa O’Neill, Tolü Makay, Kíla and more


SoFFT Nights is returning to Dunderry Park in Meath this summer, for its first big no-restrictions festival weekend, after a successful run out of shows during the pandemic.

SoFFT Nights returns across two nights on June 4th and 5th with a lovely lineup that looks like this:

Saturday June 4th:

Tolü Makay, Elaine Mai (with May Kay and Sinéad White), Pastiche

Sunday June 5th:

Lisa O’Neill, Moxie, Kíla, Séan Fitzgerald (Deadlians) and Daragh Lynch (Lankum)

4th and 5th June ‘22

As with previous SoFFT Nights, as well as music, you can expect a programme of alternative and interesting things to participate and enjoy like Astronomy Talks, Bat Walks, Shamanic journeying, Reggae yoga, Sound Baths, Active Imagination Workshops, Music For Young Children and Site-Specific Theatre


Tickets are available per day or for the entire weekend.

Early bird tickets are available at €35.00 plus booking fee per day until 21st March

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Full price €45.00 plus booking fee per day or €75 plus fees for the weekend.

SoFFT Nights welcomes patrons back to the beautiful surroundings of Dunderry Park, Co. Meath this June 4th and 5th.


This year, the festival will offer a shuttle bus service from Dublin to the festival with just a 50-minute journey, bus tickets are available to purchase for Saturday and Sunday.

“We put on the very first festival in the midst of covid in October 2020 and over the course of 2021 put on another ten festivals in very difficult positions. Sometimes it felt like Forrest Gump and Captain Dan hanging on for dear life in the storm but we got through it! This year our motto is nature, nurture, and nonsense and we really mean that! One of the most exciting elements for me is the new sensory space for people with neurodiversity that might want to take a break from the busyness of the festival and have a super chill break out space, this goes for kids of all ages as well!’”

Festival Director Natasha Duffy.

Check out the gorgeous posters by Dearbhla Kelly.

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