All Together Now is a brand new festival taking place over the summer on the grounds of Curraghmore Estate this summer and they’ve just released more precise details as to what exactly the event will entail.

The first thing that stands out is the magnificent setting. The 3,000 acre grounds already make the festival something to behold and that seems to be the main inspiration behind the festival’s inception.

DTAW96 Vintage Image Circa 1970: 18th Century Curraghmore House and Gardens, Near Portlaw, County Waterford, Ireland

Rather than being an out and out music-focused gathering, All Together Now seems to be highly focused on showcasing a range of creative aspects, such as performance and art, something which will tie in exceptionally well with the entirely unique surroundings of the festival.

It will be a 3 day camping festival that will take place on the August bank holiday; the 3rd, 4th and 5th of the month. There will be bespoke a campsite that’s situated right beside the festival grounds. The family aspect is particularly emphasised within the festival’s statement, with a children’s area included, along with free entry for kids aged between 2 and 12 as long as they are of course accompanied by an adult carrying a family ticket.

The festival will be over 21s, being one of the only ones in the country to do so, and will have a capacity of 10,000 attendees within the 12 mile long stone wall that surrounds the site. Check out their promo video of the site below.

No acts have been revealed yet, however they have promised that there are more announcements to come in the coming days and weeks ahead. Given the scale and obviously well thought out planning of the entire festival, it’s clear that they’re going to have a unique lineup, potentially making it one of the stand out festivals of the upcoming summer.

Early bird tickets go on sale on the 23rd of February.

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