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Music / December 7, 2020

SoFFT Nights festival announced for March and April 2021.

Photo: Ruth Medijber
Music / December 7, 2020

SoFFT Nights festival announced for March and April 2021.

Words: Katie Gartland

The lineup includes Soda Blonde, Lemoncello and Cormac Begley

SoFFT Nights Festival have announced their return to Dunderry Park in Meath this March and April. The announcement follows their their first successful event in October. The 2021 festival will run across two weekends.

SoFFT Nights will include live music alongside wellness events including meditation, shamanism and talks on well-being and healing. Artists including Cormac Begley, Soda Blonde, Lemoncello and Maija Sofia will play across the two weekends.

SoFFT Nights is organised by Caroline Duke and Natasha Duffy, who have backgrounds in film production. The duo have managed all aspects of the festival’s production, including the curation of programmes and the design of the unique festival space.

The festival will run on March 26 and 27 and April 16 and 17.

Grab your tickets here.