It’s starting to feel real.
Indiependence broke the internet last week when they dropped a teaser video suggesting that they would be returning to the festival’s ancestral home of Mitchelstown next year, a suggestion that was soon confirmed by organisers.
This morning it was confirmed that tickets for the festival, which will take place over the weekend beginning July 29th next year, would go on sale next week.
Early Bird tickets will be available from Ticketmaster from 10am on Saturday, October 16th for €139 including booking fees. Tier 1 tickets will be €149, with full price tickets coming to €159. All tickets cover the three-day weekend plus overnight camping. The event is strictly over-18s.
Save The Date! #INDIE22 goes on sale on Saturday October 16th at the Early Bird price of €139 for a weekend camping ticket!
— INDIE (@Indie_pendence) October 7, 2021
Organisers have promised that they will “be announcing the first batch of artists soon after” tickets go on sale Saturday week.
Speculation had gathered over where next year’s Indiependence would be held after organisers made a statement saying that they had severed ties with Mitchelstown. However, the Deer Farm location of the festival has come under new ownership over the last year, and the festival will be “coming home” next year.
Tickets will be available here from 10am on Saturday, October 16th.