Brand new music and arts festival All Together Now has added a slew of new acts to its already impressive line-up.
Among those added are the bassist/vocalist/songwriter Thundercat, the man largely considered to be at the centre of Kendrick Lamar’s masterpiece To Pimp A Butterfly. The Trinity Orchestra Perform David Bowie will be adding a hint of glamour to the festival paying homage to the late rock and roll icon.
Other names added to the list include award-winning singer/songwriter Ciaran Lavery, protest-pop pro Neneh Cherry and Kevin Rowland of Dexy’s Midnight Runners among many more.
The festival which will take place at Curraghmore Estate, is set to be headlined by big names acts such as Fleet Foxes, Underworld and Groove Armada along with some incredible Irish talents including Fehdah and AE Mak.
Those in attendance at the 3 day camping festival will spend the weekend at the private estate surrounded by 3000 acres of forests, where 16 stages will play host to music, spoken word performances, comedy, theatre, art and more.
The festival site is located just 50 minutes from Cork and 90 minutes from Dublin and will take place during the August bank holiday weekend from the 3rd to the 5th. See below for full details.
MUSIC LINE UP
Fleet Foxes . Underworld . Róisín Murphy . Mura Masa
Special Guests Villagers
First Aid Kit . Mogwai . Chaka Khan . Nils Frahm . Thundercat
Yasiin Bey . The New Power Generation Princes Legendary Band Jimmy Cliff . Kelela . Groove Armada DJ Set . Booka Shade
David August Live . The Black Madonna . Hot Chip Megamix
Hercules & Love Affair . Maribou State . Jape . Ghostpoet
Talos . Saul Williams . The Go! Team . Isaac Gracie . J Colleran
The Lost Brothers . This Is The Kit . Horse Meat Disco . Saint Sister
Gold Star . Elder Island . K Á R Y Y N . Shanti Celeste . Grandbrothers
The Bootleg Beatles . Oscar Jerome . Fufanu . Kevin Rowland DJ Set
whenyoung . Booka Brass . Fish Go Deep . Biig Piig . Ciaran Lavery
Cloud Castle Lake . Maria Kelly . David Keenan . ae mak . Fehdah
Brigid Mae Power . Katie Kim . Yankari . OJO . Clare Sands . Nialler9
London African Gospel Choir Performing Graceland .
Trinity Orchestra Performing David Bowie
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