Spirit of Folk has added 12 brand new acts to its bill. The festival will return for its second year in the idyllic surrounds of Dunderry Park, Co. Meath, from September 21st to 23rd.

The line-up already features John Spillane, Lisa O'Neill, The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock and a whole host of other folksy wonders.

Kildare singer-songwriter Ross Breen, and Dublin based folk-pop group Little xs for Eyes were also added to the line-up along with The Cujo Family, David Hope, Coscan, Lynched, Wicker Bones, Easy Buoy, Gordon Reeves, Corner Boy, No Bread, Wyvern Lingo, Mark Maxwell, The Greasy Coates, Polly Barrett, and John Blek and the Rats, bringing the number of acts performing over the weekend to over 40.

Full line-up includes: John Spillane; Treetop Flyers; Lisa O’Neill; The Henry Girls; The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock; Túcan; Mossy Nolan; Little X’s for Eyes; Cry Monster Cry; Jig Away the Donkey ;Aoife Scott; The Hot Sprockets; Pete Cummins; Gypsy Rebble Rabble; The Young Folk; The Eskies; Wookalily; Coscán; The Man Whom; The Bonny Men; John Blek and the Rats; David Hope; Wyvern Lingo; Traz; Bunoscoinn; Hidden Highways; Trad Side of the Moon; Twin Headed Wolf; Wicker Bones; Tír na Nóg; Lynched; Alpaca Jamboree; JP Trio & Niamh; TAC; Ross Breen; Mark Maxwell; Easy Buoy; Corner Boy; Valentine Black; Joy Booth; Gordon Reeves; The Greasy Coat Stringband; No Bread; Polly Barrett.

Tickets for the festival are still available and are priced at €85 for the weekend, or €45 per day.