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All Together Now

One of the most talked about festivals of the summer is just around the corner.

All Together Now takes place this weekend and we have everything you need to know if you're heading along.

When?

2nd to 4th August, Bank Holiday Weekend.

Where?

Curraghmore House, near Portlaw, Co. Waterford.

Who's playing?

Headliners over the three days are The National, Patti Smith, Father John Misty and Hot Chip.

Also playing across the weekend are Jon Hopkins, Fontaines DC, George Fitzgerald, Bombay Bicycle Club, Neneh Cherry, Loyle Carner, Leftfield, Kojaque & The Soft Boy Band, Anna Calvi, Erol Alkan, Saint Sister, Soak and Pillow Queens plus many more.

There's also a fantastic comedy line-up with Tommy Tiernan, Jason Byrne, Deirdre O’Kane and Colm O’Regan.

Full details of the line up can be found here.

 

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This time next week... #ATN19 ☀️

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How to get there?

Driving to Curraghmore House takes roughly 2 hours from Dublin City Centre.

Those driving down are warned to allow plenty of travel time due to roadworks on the M7.

Be sure to check which gate you need to enter through and plan accordingly.

Bus Eireann will be running return services to Curraghmore House from Dublin, Cork and Waterford. Tickets can be found here.

Train services will be operating as normal to Waterford Plunkett Station. For timetables and prices click here.

General Drop Off, Taxis, and Independent Bus Companies which will enter through the festival Blue Gate.

GoCar have created an exclusive package for All Together Now attendees from any one of 500+ convenient locations around Dublin, Galway, Cork or Limerick. It's a sustainable, flexible, convenient and affordable option. You can get a car for the full weekend from €140.

Tickets

Unfortunately, tickets for the festival are completely sold out. Festival organisers are warning those still looking for tickets to beware of counterfeit tickets. Only buy from credible sources.

General Camping allows access into the General Campsite Village as well as the Main Arena/Night Time Arena. Ticket holders must be aged 21 or over.

Those wishing to stay in the Family Campsite will need to have a Family Weekend Ticket and need to be accompanied by children 12 years or younger.

For those staying in our Campervan site, you’ll also need your weekend camping ticket to gain access to Curraghmore.

Festival times & entrance gates

Those staying in the regular campsite and travelling by car, taxi or private bus need to aim for the blue gate.

If you are staying in family camping, glamping or campervan areas head towards the red gate.

Campervans can arrive from 6pm Thursday 1st August with last entry at 12 midnight.

On Friday, the car park opens at 10am, with the campsite open at 12pm.

On Monday the site closes at 12pm, when you are expected to have left the festival with all your belongings.

 

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Happy #pride ❤️ Just 5 weeks to go until we’re back in Waterford #ATN19

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What to pack?

The weather forecast is mixed for the weekend. Ensure you bring plenty of layers and rain gear.

Also remember to bring sun cream and other items in case it turns out to be a scorcher!

The festival are encouraging people to reduce waste wherever possible.

Avoid bringing plastic on site, use a reusable tote bag, biodegradable glitter and biodegradable wet wipes.

All Together Now is BYOB and 24 cans OR 1 litre of spirits OR 1.5 litre of wine is permitted per person and can only be brought in on first entry.

You can bring your own alcohol into the campsite and arena but they ask that you decant into reusable bottles and drink responsibly.

Prohibited items

For safety reasons, glass bottles are not allowed into either the camping or festival site. Alcohol must be decanted into reusable containers.

Other prohibited items include gazebos, BBQs, gas cylinders, Fireworks, Chinese Lanterns, flares and high power torches.

Laser pens, garden furniture, selfie sticks, flag poles, drones, professional photography/recording equipment, umbrellas.

Illicit drugs, legal highs, nitrous oxide, spray canisters, smoke bombs, gas canisters, megaphones and high vis clothing are not allowed.

No Alcohol over your personal allowance.

Stringent searches will be conducted upon entry to the festival.

For all information about the festival you can check out All Together Now's website here.

 

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Longing for August ☀️☀️ #ATN19

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