- 13 Jun 19
A string of artists have been announced for the festival.
The All Together Now Festival have announced 13 new acts, including Kojaque & Soft Boy Records and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra performing Leonard Cohen.
The other acts announced include Jurassic 5's Soup Presnts: Fullee Love Collective, Angie McMahon, Bedouine, Soak, Beoga, A Lazarus Soul, Great Dad, Glasshouse performing Holocene (Bon Iver), Odd Morris, Kean Kavanagh and Trinity Orchestra Funk It Up.
The festival also teased that more acts are to be revealed over the coming months before it begins on the August bank holiday.
Headliners already announced include critically acclaimed The National, Dublin natives Fontaines D.C., punk rock icon Patti Smith, Father John Misty and indie-electric kings Hot Chip.
That's not all! Bombay Bicycle Club, John Grant, Moodyman, Anna Calvi, Gus Dapperton, Tourist and even Russian punk protest organisation Pussy Riot.
The Democratic Republic of Congo's collective KOKOKO! will no longer be performing summer due to visa but are expected to make their Irish festival debut next summer.
The Good The Bad & The Queen, Neneh Cherry plus so much more incredible artists will also perform at the festival.
All Together Now will be set across 16 different stages and feature natural amphitheatres, secret woodland stages, the Belonging Bandstand and more.
In Portlaw, County Waterford - it's just 50 minutes from Cork and 90 minutes from Dublin, with plenty of transport links to Ireland's largest cities.
All tickets and camper van passes are sold out.