• Metronomy
  • Roisín Murphy
  • King Kong Company
  • Princess Nokia
  • Kojaque
  • Marc Rebillet
  • Khruangbin
  • Sampa The Great
  • Kneecap
  • Mango x Mathman
  • TPM
  • Jape
  • Thumper
  • Aimée
  • Alex Gough
  • Aoife Nessa Frances
  • The Clockworks
  • Conchúr White
  • Daithí
  • Denise Chaila
  • Elm
  • God Knows
  • Hare Squead
  • Kitt Philippa
  • Kynsy
  • Nealo
  • PowPig
  • Somebody's Child

Festival Details

Statement From Avril Stanley,

Founding Director, Body&Soul Festival

This is a challenging time for everyone, including the Body&Soul family, and I am heartbroken to confirm that Body&Soul 2020 cannot go ahead due to updated Covid-19 restrictions guidelines that were issued by the government this afternoon which states that all large scale gatherings are banned up to the end of August 2020.

While the impact of this decision creates ripples throughout our creative community spread across the globe, Body&Soul’s top priority lies in keeping its artists, attendees, staff and extended community healthy and safe, and we absolutely respect the government’s decision and the steps it must take to protect everyone amidst this unprecedented crisis.

Having shelved an incredible decade of an ever-evolving festival landscape, we were due to celebrate our 11th edition this Summer Solstice weekend across the new artisan food trails in the Castle’s Walled Gardens, extensive wellness sanctuary space, immersive art installations, inspiring visionary talks and one of our favourite line ups yet, including Metronomy, Róisín Murphy, King Kong Company and Princess Nokia.

I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to all the Body&Soulers; staff, volunteers, artists, partners and facilitators who have invested their time and energy and worked so hard to create the 2020 event.

The ticketing company will be contacting everyone who has purchased a ticket about the refund process. We appreciate your patience on this matter and they will get to you as soon as possible.

While we may not be able to gather in person this June, we are with you in spirit. We’re not going anywhere.

In the meantime, mind one another. Together, we’ll make it through to the other side of this, slowly but surely

Body & Soul returns for its 11th summer solstice from June 19-21 2020.

SING ALONG SOCIAL on the Woodland Stage @ Body&Soul 2019 – Photo: Allen Kiely

Sitting in the stunning grounds of Ballinlough Castle, Body & Soul Festival transcends the classic notion of a music festival, offering an immersive experience for all the senses. Groundbreaking music artists, theatrical interludes, beautiful art installations, gastronomic experiences, fragrant cocktails, masquerade balls and indulgent wellbeing areas come together to provide a weekend of sensory exploration.

The truly independent festival has since its inception placed authenticity, creativity, relaxation and discovery at its centre. Revelry and recovery come together amongst the historical walled gardens, expansive meadows, natural amphitheatre and ancient woodlands.  Inspired by festivals such as Burning Man, its ethos has evolved out of a loyalty to Irish culture and celebrating the Celtic calendar, offering both a sanctuary and a damn fine party for an adventurous, like-minded community to come together and mark the Solstice.

Read our review from Body & Soul 2019 here!

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Tickets for Body & Soul are on now via ticketbooth.eu. A limited number of Tier 1 tickets are on sale now, while there are also payment plans available in three or five installments.

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