All Together Now kicks off August Bank Holiday weekend, so with only a week to go, we’re giving you a bunch of handy, practical information.
The festival takes place from the 3rd to the 5th of August in Curraghmore House, County Waterford. Its 3000 acre estate, has lawns, gardens, lakes, forests and all types of flowers and fauna. It will host 16 stages of music, theatre, comedy, spoken word, food and more for its duration.
You can check out the updated site map here:
Weather-wise there’s a low chance of rain with temperatures averaging 20-21 degrees Celsius – so don’t be forgetting your suncream!
Two very special stages, tucked away in the Curraghmore Forest, called ‘All My Friends’ & ‘One Love by Sim Simma’, will play host to some of the country’s finest talent.
‘Dublin Oldschool’ will be hosting the 'All My Friends' stage on the Sunday of the festival with a line-up that will include New Jackson (DJ Set), Johnny Moy, Russel Simmons, Greg Spring, JJ Rolfe, Stevie G, Claire Beck, Tara Stewart, & Soft Boy Records. The full stage breakdown can be viewed here.
Food-wise, there’s a bunch of mouthwatering options spanning feasts, banquets and food stalls. Read all about it here.
Wellness areas are set beside the lake, main lawn and partially into the woods. Relaxation activities and treatments include sauna, hot tubs, yoga, massage, along with other types of healing. Read more here.
A dedicated kids’ area has plenty of activities for the young’uns. There are circus workshops, scavenger hunts, a science tent, grafitti workshop, storytelling, and musical theatre - plus a Kids’ Rave at Arcadia Spectacular on Sunday at 6:30 pm. Read more here.
For the artistic, there’s a program called All Curious Minds which takes place on the front lawns of Curraghmore Hous overlooking the lake. It brings together an array of minds, poets, passionate performers, artists and artisans through talks, panels, poetry and more. Read about it here.
Plus if you’re an aspiring poet yourself, you can participate in the inaugural All Together Now Poetry Slam. Hosted by Colm O'Regan, 10 voices will compete for weekend passes as the winner and a mate get to enjoy all that’s on offer at Curraghmore. The top four of the night will win a few bob. Entry is open now and via video submission and will close on Tues 31st July at 12pm noon. Full details and entry form here.
With just 7 days to go, tickets for All Together Now are on course to sell out! The Campervan and Family Campervan tickets are all sold out. All Boutique Camping tickets are sold out too.
There are limited 3 day camping tickets and Family Sunday Tickets (must be accompanied by a child 12 or under) still available but those interested are encouraged to act fast.
Tickets can be purchased here.