Returning to Dunderry Park, Co. Meath, SoFFT Nights has announced an exciting line-up ahead of the nature-focused music and arts festival.

Tolü Makay will headline on Saturday, along with RTÉ Choice Music Prize nominee Elaine Mai with Maykay and Sinead White, and exciting pop singer Pastiche.

Sunday will see Lisa O'Neill, Moxie, Kila, Séan Fitzgerald and Daragh Lynch (Lankum) take the stage.

As well as the exciting musical line-up, the festival will also feature some unique events across the weekend. One such event is Bat Walks, which consists of a 15/20 minute discourse on Irish bats by Peter O'Connor - featuring a Q&A session, and a lead walk using a Bat Detector.

Astronomy Talks, Music For Young Children, Shamanic journeying, Reggae yoga, Sound Baths, Active Imagination Workshops and Site-Specific Theatre give a range of activities to engage in during the festival.

Festival Director Natasha Duffy said, "This year our motto is nature, nurture, and nonsense and we really mean that! One of the most exciting elements for me is the new sensory space for people with neurodiversity that might want to take a break from the busyness of the festival and have a super chill break out space. This goes for kids of all ages as well!"

SoFFT Productions are a creative team with over 40 years combined experience. Their work includes Music Town’s Roof Lullabies, Celestial Bodies, The Lyric Concert and RTÉ Concert Orchestra, and RTÉ Choice Music Prize awards.

Early bird tickets are available at €35.00 plus booking fee per day until 21st March. Full price is €45.00 plus booking fee per day. They can be bought here.

The festival will also offer a shuttle bus service from Dublin with just a 50-minute journey. Bus tickets are available to purchase for Saturday and Sunday.