- 16 Feb 22
Grab your SoFFt Nights early-bird tickets before general sale, available starting March 1.
The SoFFt Night festival is returning to Co. Meath's Dunderry Park this summer.
The series, which hosted the likes of Soda Blonde, Maija Sofia and Callistan at last year's event, will be opening early-bird ticket reservation starting on March 1st, and running until March 21st.
Tickets will be priced at €35 per person, per day. To guarantee your early-access passes, email [email protected]
SoFFt Productions also curated 'All Rise: The Kells Courthouse Sessions', a unique film of live performances, coinciding with the Hark! A Kells Christmas Carol mini-festival event in the Co. Meath town last December.
The Kells Courthouse Sessions followed September 2021's celebration of the Autumn Equinox, Until the Dew Falls. SoFFt Nights produced the live performance film, shot on location in the beautiful Co. Meath, at the historic site of the Loughcrew cairns and estate.
The productions company certainly know how to put on a show, with SoFFt Nights festival acting as the main event.
"Between the Beehive and Pigsty stages, and all around the beautiful grounds, there were endless ways to enjoy the festival frolics," Hot Press's Ciaran Brennan wrote in his coverage of the 2021 festival. "Pop-up shops were dotted around the park, which is situated on a Shamanic ground. Attendees could buy vintage clothes and hand-crafted jewellery or get their tarot read. Workshops for singing and shamanic drumming drew in attendees who wanted to flex their own musical muscles."
"The grounds resembled a nature resort, with Dunderry House in the background, like a kindly grandmother. Attendees could roam freely, taking in the megalithic cairn, the lake and paths through the woods," he added. "Much of the emphasis of the festival was on spirituality and mindfulness. Workshops guided participants though a process for getting rid of their 'monkey mind' and uniting body, mind and spirit."
Slí na Croí drumming brought traditional Malinké dundun and djembe music from the villages of Upper Guinea in West Africa to Meath last year, where attendants learned to drum with Barra Ó’Flanniagh.
SoFFT Nights is a great day-out for young and old, acting as a welcome reminder of where we are heading post-pandemic. Most importantly, it's a chance for people to relax and shut off their monkey mind.
Visit sofftproductions.com/sofft-nights-2022 for more information.
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