The wait is over: Body and Soul 2015 - exclusive full lineups and map

Heading to Body and Soul? Here’s everything you need to know from stage times to how to get around

A sneak peak of what to expect at the Body and Soul Festival, which takes place from Friday the 19th to Sunday the 21st of June. Video: Daniel O'Connor

 

This weekend, the Body and Soul festival marks the summer solstice with its typically glittery array of talent in Ballinlough Castle in Co Westmeath.

Here’s our first look at the complete festival line up and a map of the site.

Download Friday lineup

Download Saturday lineup

Download Sunday lineup

Download a SITE MAP here

Last year saw the main stage open on Friday for the first time; this year the organisers have built on that line-up considerably. Lamb, Savages and Dan Deacon are competing for your attention while Talaboman and New Jackson give you options in the Midnight Circus.

There are tough calls to be made on Saturday: Shit Robot or Flight Facilities? Super Furry Animals or Clark? Goat or Sohn? We’ll probably be tending to the flock for the first two, and taking flight for the late night slot. And who would you choose to close out your festival on Sunday night (going home is not an option): Leftfield or Tiga?

We’ll be there all weekend with news and reviews. Do pop over and say hello. 

Update: In response to some queries, the festival have clarified that music will end on the Main, Midnight Circus, Wonderlust and Pagoda stages at 2am on the Friday and Saturday nights, and at midnight on Sunday night. Entertainment and performances will continue on other stages after that. 

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