All Together Now Announce First Batch Of Acts
All Together Now have released their first list of acts for this year's festival.
This is the second year of the festival which happens from August 2nd-4th at Curraghmore, Co. Waterford. Sadly, the founder of the festival, John Reynolds of POD Concerts passed away unexpectedly, so this is the first version of the festival since.
The organisers have already teased us with acts, already announcing The National and Fontaines D.C.
Today we've been treated to a batch of new acts including Patti Smith, Jon Hopkins, Hot Chip, Little Green Car and Lisa Hannigan.
The full list of acts added this morning are:
Tickets for the upcoming festival are on sale now. Over 21s only.
General and family tickets for All Together Now are priced at €208 with installment plans available.
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