All Together Now takes place over the August Bank Holiday at Curraghmore Estate.
John Reynolds and the POD organisation have announced details of their 10,000-capacity All Together Now three-dayer, which debuts from August 3-5 at County Waterford’s 3,000-acre Curraghmore Estate.
The first ‘Chapter One’ line-up of acts suggests a musically diverse affair, which will be spread across ten stages and also feature extensive spoken word, comedy, theatre, debate, art and workshop programmes.
You’ll be able to feast on Fleet Foxes, Underworld, Róisín Murphy, Mura Masa, First Aid Kit, Chaka Khan, Nils Frahm, Mogwai, Jimmy Cliff, The New Power Generation, a deejaying Groove Armada, Kelela, The Black Madonna, Booka Shade, Hot Chip Megamix, Maribou State, Ghostpoet, Talos, Saul Williams, Jape, This Is The Kit, Horse Meat Disco, Saint Sister, Shanti Celeste, Grandbrothers, Booka Brass, whenyoung, Fish Go Deep, Biig Piig and David Keenan.
Ireland’s largest private estate, Curraghmore is home to lakes, fields, tree lined lanes, an intricate shell house, stone circles, crystals, courtyards, streams, fountains, woodlands and lawns. Plenty of room, so, for the Alfresco Crystal Ballroom, Spiegeltent and a multitude of other hidden and quirky gems.
Early Bird Tickets priced €149.50 go on sale on Friday February 23, with Campervan Passes €60. It’s a strictly over-21s affair which, with Electric Picnic founder, John Reynolds, directing operations, should hit the street/grass running.