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Music / March 31, 2022

Róisín Murphy and Mogwai to headline Body & Soul 2022

Music / March 31, 2022

Róisín Murphy and Mogwai to headline Body & Soul 2022

Words: Dylan Murphy

They’re joined by CMAT, Sampha The Great, Yves Tumor and more as part of a revitalised approach to the festival.

Earlier this year, Body & Soul announced its new unorthodox approach of announcing the latest edition of festivities without revealing any of the acts. Now, it’s revealed the first wave of acts.

The new look festival comes after a two year hiatus, with only 5,500 tickets available for the three day festival in West Meath.

Lineup includes:

Sampha The Great, Remi Wolf, Yves Tumor; CMAT, Pillow Queens, Kelly Lee Owens, Lee Fields, Magdelena Bay, M(H)Aol, Godford, Yard Act, Soda Blonde and Sofia Kourtesis & more.

Also features an immersive audio playback for Jon Hopkins’ Music For Psychedelic Therapy.

More news about stages, pop-ups and other events are still to come. Weekend tickets are on sale for 250 euro from their website.

Click here for more information.