All Together Now has added 25 live acts to the festival this July bank holiday 29th to 31st for Curraghmore in Waterford.
Announced today is the new musical partnership of actor Jessie Buckley and former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler along with Ninja Tune R&B artist Jordan Rakei , 8-piece funk soul bans Cooks But We’re Chefs, Dublin-alt artists Conor Hamilton and Conor Thornton, and a rake of acts at the Lakeside Acoustic stage on the front lawns of the estate including Ailbhe Reddy, BRÍDÍN, Chris Wong, David Kitt, Ellie O’Neill, Emma Langford, Jack Foster, Lucy McWilliams, Maria Kelly, Mik Pyro, Rachael Lavelle, Rob DeBoer, The Next New Low, Uly plus many more.
Also added, is The Cobblestone Trad Sessions on the Sunday with Caoivín, Jimmy Clarke, The Kennedy Sisters, Eimear Walshe presents The Pipers Grip, Aongus MacAmhlaigh, The Len Collective, Kú, and Ispíní na hEireann.
On the Comedy front, Killian Sundermann has also been added.
Sadly, Beverly Glenn Copeland and Ghostpoet are not now touring Europe this summer so will not be able to perform at this year’s All Together Now. The festival says it hopes to have them next year.
More to be confirmed this in the coming weeks including more lineups for AVA In The Woods, All Curious Minds, Belonging Bandstand, Wellness and more.
Tickets for All Together Now are camping priced at €235 plus fees from Ticketmaster Ireland and usual outlets.
All Together Now is strictly over 21s. Children 12 and under can attend free of charge, accompanied by a parent with a family ticket.