The music festival has revealed the first 20 acts that are set to rock out in Waterford next year.

All Together Now will be in its fourth year in 2023, and there's a real mix of artists booked in for an appearance at the Curraghmore Estate over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Legendary punk rocker and former member of The Stooges, Iggy Pop, is the biggest name on the list. The 75-year-old has often been listed as a "must see" performer, and this will be his first Irish show in 15 years.

Also featuring on the list for next year DJ and producer Jamie xx, who became famous from his work with The xx, and later for his collaborations with the likes of Adele and Florence + The Machine.

Dan Victor Snaith AKA Caribou has appeared in Ireland many times over the last few years, and he'll be providing the beats for all of the revellers at the festival. Songstress Jessie Ware will also be here next year, following her powerhouse of an album from 2020, 'What's Your Pleasure?', and her most recent single 'Free Yourself'.

Other artists on the bill are Loyle Carner, Villagers, Lankum, Max Richter & RTE Concert Orchestra, Billy Bragg, TV Girl, Saint Sister, The Scratch, Overmono, Daniel Avery, Kelly Lee Owens, Tourist, Talos, The Clockworks, Cruel Sister.

Oh, and Sugababes are back! Not only will be their first time back in Ireland in 15 years but the newly reformed group have also been announced for Glastonbury 2023.

Expect many more announcements from All Together Now 2023 in the new year. All Together Now has been known to feature a wide range of acts from the world of comedy and spoken word, so stay tuned for more reveals very soon.

Tiers one, two and three for next year's festival have already sold out, but Tier Four (priced at €235) will go on sale this Friday, December 2 at 9 am.

The festival, taking place over the weekend of August 4 - 6, is strictly over 21s, but children 12 and under can attend free of charge if they are accompanied by a parent with a family ticket.