With only two weeks until All Together Now kicks off, new acts and features happening on Curraghmore Estate have been announced.
The festival is set across 18 stages, featuring natural amphitheatres, secret woodland stages, rolling lawns, gentle hills and hidden forests in the lovely Waterford countryside.
The biggest act new to the bill this week is Rufus Wainwright. The singer songwriter has released seven studio albums, including the fantastic Grammy nominated pop up album 'Unfollow the Rules'. Following his spellbinding performance at Dublin’s National Concert Hall last week, it was announced that he’ll also be taking to the stage at All Together Now. Wainwright plays the Main Stage on Sunday.
New announcement also included Nabihah Iqbal, Mås Exödus, Ryan O’Shaughnessy, Glasshouse and Claire Beck.
All Together Now also announced the Grub Circus and the Theatre of Food. Programmed and hosted by food writer Joe McNamee, The Grub Circus is "a two-day extravaganza of events, demos, cooking competitions, tastings, workshops, debates and, at times, downright madness, featuring some of Ireland’s top food personalities including, chefs, producers, growers, makers, distillers, food writers and more. "
At the Theatre of Food, special guests include TV chef Paul Flynn, Darina Allen and Rory O’Connell, Diarmuid Gavin; Michelin star chefs Kevin Thornton and Enda McEvoy and many more food writers and chefs.
You'll also find the Pitt Bros Smoked BBQ Feast (Tickets here) and a live fire-cooking experience at the Guinness Brewers Yard.
Extra family weekend tickets are now on sale here.
Weekend Camping tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster Ireland & usual outlets priced at €235.00 including booking fee.
All Together Now takes place on Curraghmore Estate, Waterford on July 29 - 31.