Indiependence 2019

Friday, August 2nd, 2019 to Tuesday, August 6th, 2019 (Details provisional)

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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 2019 subject to confirmation.

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Indiependence Music & Arts Festival 2018. INDIEPENDENCE is an award winning festival weekender which takes place on the outskirts of Mitchelstown in North Cork each year on the August Bank Holiday Weekend.

FRIDAY AUGUST 2 BASTILLE LEWIS CAPALDI / HANNAH WANTS / CHASING ABBEY / HERMITAGE GREEN / DAGNY / CALL ME LOOP / JACK VALLIER / TIM CHADWICK / LAOISE / ONLY THE POETS / CURTIS WALSH / 80s vs 90s SATURDAY AUGUST 3 CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN GAVIN JAMES ALL TVVINS / DISCIPLES / LE
Posted: February 27, 2019, 2:12 pm
INDIE GARDEN VIP TICKETS SO WHAT DO YOU GET? ON ARRIVAL You get to skip the queue. Look out for the signs and we'll zip you right up to search and wristband. The new VIP camping area is located very near to the car park so if you're driving it's a very short walk, if
Posted: February 7, 2019, 9:53 am
There are a broad range of food and beverages available at INDIEPENDENCE Music & Arts Festival. We suspect that you’ll get hungry and/or thirsty over the weekend so we’ve gathered some of the country’s finest food and beverage connoisseurs to tickle your tastebuds.
Posted: November 22, 2018, 5:08 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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