We’ve previously discussed the 10 acts you can’t miss, a spotlight on Jameson Connects The Circle stage, 6 reasons not to miss the festival and our recommendations for Irish acts at ATN this year, but with 18 stages set across a 3000-acre site, there is a lot to explore at All Together Now this year, taking in natural amphitheaters, rolling lawns, gentle hills, and hidden forests programmed with music, spoken word, comedy, theatre, debate, art, workshops, wellness, mischief and much much more.
Here’s a pick of some areas at All Together Now to explore with a few brand new areas on site at Curraghmore this year.
Lovely Days stage with Guinness is a new addition to the festival this year, with the announcement of Annie Mac to coincide with the news.
The Lovely Days stage is billed as “one of the festivals main stages… reimagined by Guinness to create a multisensory space”, with a new custom-built stage by design by Irish creatives Kev Freeney and Jordan Ralph under “an outstretched orbiting halo, surrounded by nature and textures of black Shou Sugi Ban timber and gold”.
“Visuals will surge from LED screens behind performers, onto the halo, and ripple outwards along monoliths flanking the stage and into the festival crowd.”
Consider us intrigued.
There will be a Guinness 1759 Bar at the stage too. Here’s the lineup for the stage across the weekend.
All Together Now
The fourth chapter of All Together Now takes place Friday 4 – Sunday 6 August 2023.
Tickets available at www.alltogethernow.ie/tickets