Body and Soul 'Rising' artists lineup revealed

Body and Soul 'Rising' artists lineup revealed
Cork band True Tides. Picture: True Tides facebook.

Seat 2FM Rising have announced a list of rising artists confirmed to play at Body & Soul this summer.

The station will present a live programme of rising artists and acts on the Friday night of the Woodlands Stage in Ballinlough Castle, Co Westmeath.

The confirmed artists are:

Pillow Queens

Roe

Tebi Rex

True Tides

Flynn

Jyellowl

Rushes

Fia Moon

The Rising artists will join Body & Soul's main music line-up which include Modeselektor, Santigold, The Blaze, and Kruder & Dorfmeister.

Director of Music for 2FM Alan Swan said: “Last year was a magical experience in the forest, getting to see the 2FM Rising acts in such an incredible setting was truly mind-blowing. This year’s line up shows how exciting the Irish music scene is right now.”

The festival runs from June 21-23 with tickets ranging from €70.00 to €199.50.

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