Indiependence 2022

For information about exact dates and arrangements for this event during the COVID 19 restrictions please visit the website.

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This music and arts festival is small by festival standards with a limit to of just 5000 tickets, which makes for a fun and friendly atmosphere. Fans consider it to be the best boutique festival in Ireland and the organisers work hard to keep it good, both with an always excellent music line up and the range of other events that make it special. 

The range of music is diverse and with 5 covered stages of various sizes there’s always at least one act on that you’ll enjoy. As well as the live music, popular areas include the Silent Disco, Comedy Tent, Spoken Word area and the ever lively Bier Halle.

Date and details for 2022 subject to confirmation.

Indiependence Music & Arts Festival

Indiependence Music & Arts Festival

The Cork music and arts festival returns to delight festival-goers in 2022 Fifteen years after the festival first launched, Indiependence returns in 2022 much to the delight of music fans. The festival launched back in 2006 as a smaller event in the town centre of Mitchelstown, Cork with headlining acts like The Sultans of Ping,
Posted: February 21, 2022, 9:08 am
Tickets for INDIE22 on sale now Early Bird – €139 Including booking fee Tier 1 – €149 Including booking fee Full Price – €159 Including booking fee 3-Day Weekend w/ Camping Ticketmaster Over 18s Event
Posted: February 21, 2022, 9:00 am
Following the Government of Ireland directive to ban all mass gatherings, it is with a heavy heart that we confirm INDIE 20 will not take place this year. In the face of the current COVID-19 crisis we fully agree with this decision and want to take this opportunity to thank those frontline workers currently giving
Posted: April 21, 2020, 6:16 pm

Map and Information for Indiependence

It all takes place at Ballinwillin House, a deer farm, just outside Mitchelstown, at other times an excellent and highly rated place to stay.

It’s a great venue which manages to stay fairly dry underfoot (and under tent) even if it rains, a not impossible occurrence even in August! If for any reason you want to stray away from the festival for a few hours, there is plenty to do in the locality – a visit to Mitchelstown Cave is especially recommended.

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