For the third year running, Vodafone is bringing its Comedy Tent to Body&Soul. Al Porter will kick off the comedy this year with his hit show, Al Porter At Large.
Festival fans are being told to expect council-estate camp crossed with 90s dance tunes. Karl Spain will also be on hand over the weekend to get the audience giggling along with his Republic of Telly colleague Fred Cooke.
There's plenty of female comedy acts performing across the weekend including Joanne McNally, Niamh Marron and Alison Spittle.
Gerry Nixon, Sponsorship Manager, Vodafone Ireland, said he is "delighted to be part of the Body&Soul festival again this year" and that it is "one of the summer highlights".
This is the eighth year of Body&Soul and a number of new acts have been added to the line-up, including genderqueer performer, activist and poet Mykki Blanco.
Canadian band Austra, London-born Sudanese artist Sinkane and The Moonlandingz, who fuse disco, glam and psych-rock, have also been confirmed for Ballinlough Castle.
Homebeat, Ireland's own Æ Mak, Cork's BARQ and the brilliant Sing Along Social will ensure everyone has the craic.
Headliners already confirmed for the festival include Metronomy, Vitalic and Lambchop.
Body&Soul returns to Ballinlough Castle on Summer Solstice Weekend, 23rd - 25th June 2017.