JACKS in Ireland looks to Waterford, where Ireland’s newest festival All Together Now, is set to take place this August.
All Together Now will take place in the stunning woodlands of the Curraghmore Estate in Waterford. Ireland’s newest festival will have 10 stages with music, theatre, comedy and more to entertain festival-goers.
A line-up that caters for everyone, performing this summer are Swedish folk-duo First Aid Kit, Chaka Khan, Mogwai, a DJ set from Groove Armada and more. Headlining over the weekend are Welsh electronica group Underworld, Róisín Murphy and indie outfit, Fleet Foxes.
All Together Now is still to reveal what theatre performances and comedians are set to appear but already have our attention with the line-up so far.
Put together by the production company POD Presents, who have masterminded festivals such as Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit and more, All Together Now looks to be in safe hands. Organisers have also sought help from the masterminds behind Glastonbury, California’s Lighting in the Bottle Festival and Rainbow Serpent in Australia.
While the festival is strictly for those over the age of 21, family tickets can be purchased and kids under 12 can attend for free with an adult. To create a safe space for the young festival-goers, there’s a special area dedicated to them called Kids Together. To help families get the most of their experience at the festival, a dedicated family campsite has been set up.
Check out the line-up below.
The festival is already selling ticekts at a fast rate, currently on sale now from €169.50.