Westmeath's Ballinlough Castle will be alive with music this weekend.
The final line-up for Body & Soul has been confirmed.
The festival returns to Ballinlough Castle and Gardens in Westmeath this weekend after a two year covid-enforced break.
Bringing together a programme of live acts, from music and comedy, to cabaret and spoken word, alongside guest DJs and a host of creative, interactive experiences, the organisers say the 2022 edition of Body & Soul has been curated with extraordinary attention to detail and collaboration at its heart.
A totally re-imagined site layout and intentionally intimate scale, this year’s festival is ready to bring audiences a weekend escape, which includes six newly commissioned stages, an expansive Sanctuary experience, am art trail and space to explore the natural beauty of Ballinlough’s spectacular walled gardens, woodlands, lakeside and natural amphitheatre.
You can take a look at the full stage scheduling, which has just been announced, below...
To bring maximum enjoyment and to ensure no one is left disappointed, the organisers' top tips and reminders for festival-goers are...
- There is no ATM on site - Body & Soul operate a contactless festival site.
- Traders will also be contactless but some will often accept cash.
- In keeping with the grown up affair that is this year’s festival offer, there is a strict age policy in place. Ticket holders must be aged 21 or over to gain access, with photo ID required on entry.
- Site maps, stage times, bus times and what to bring will be emailed to all ticket holders 48 hours prior to the festival on Wednesday 15 June.
- Body & Soul observes principles of harm reduction, consent culture, inclusivity and equity and invites ticket-holders to attend in this spirit.
- Body & Soul 2022’s family policy has changed just for this year - please read more here.
A limited number of weekend and day tickets for both Saturday and Sunday are still available.