All Together Now have announced an impressive line-up for the second year of Ireland’s newest festival.
The festival, which received rave reviews last year, will once again take place on the August Bank Holiday weekend (2nd – 4th August 2019) at Curraghmore Estate in Co. Waterford.
Following the announcement of headliners The National and Fontaines D.C. for their only Irish festival this year, All Together Now have revealed more incredible artists booked for this year’s line-up.
The line-up includes legendary poet and punk rock artiste Patti Smith, whose 2018 show with Nick Cave at RHK sold out within minutes and was the concert of 2018; UK indie-electro kings Hot Chip; singer-songwriter, drummer and guitarist Father John Misty; Damon Albarn fronted supergroup The Good, The Bad & The Queen; electronic musician and producer Jon Hopkins, and many more.
All Together Now will be set across 16 stages, featuring natural amphitheatres, secret woodland stages, the Belonging Bandstand and more.
The flow of the festival will mean that the grounds will be easily navigable, intimate but with quirky gems, rolling lawns, gentle hills and hidden forests to enjoy the nature of this 3000 acre site.
A limited amount of General Weekend tickets are on sale right now, and priced at €208.50 A number of Family Weekend tickets are also still available, but they’re expected to sell out very soon.
General & Family Campervan Passes are completely SOLD OUT, and there will be no more put on sale.
All Together Now is Strictly Over 21s. Children up until the age of 12 can attend free of charge, accompanied by a parent with a Family ticket.