09 Aug 2022

WATCH: Waterford All Together Now 2019 festival tickets go on sale after mind-blowing first edition in Portlaw

Pre-sale tickets NOW ON SALE as General Public sale starts Monday 20th August at 9am

The festival vibes at the first ever All Together Now in Portlaw, County Waterford, were epic.

There was a truly magical atmosphere across the weekend, where people were respectful of each other, the beautiful landscape and wonderful performers.

Organisers are already planning the second edition of All Together Now, which will again take place on the August bank holiday weekend, August 2-4, next year.

“We have been inspired by the setting of Curraghmore Estate, as well as our audience of like-minded people, music lovers, passionate performers, families, artists, musicians, creators, rebels and refugees of a changing festival landscape,” organisers say.

“In 2019, we will once again endeavour to bring you a weekend of freedom and escapism through music, spoken word, comedy, theatre, debate, art and workshops.

"Our first edition showcased beautiful feasts of food, bespoke cocktails, hidden bars, secret stages and a host of different and quirky gems. The Arcadia Afterburner shot its flames into the night sky, whilst Tigre’s 20 foot wooden Redwood Stag installation looked on down the Road To Nowhere.  Giant eyes peered from trees, and Curraghmore House itself was lit up each night with incredible and scintillating projections.

“Our youngest festival goers enjoyed the dedicated kids space, Kids Together, where face painters and performers enthralled both parents and kids alike. Brunch on the lawns, basking in the sunshine whilst enjoying the best of comedy, spoken word, art and music was the order of the weekend. We are so excited to do it all again”.

For those of you that joined us for our very first chapter, organisers are delighted to announce a loyalty pre-sale. This allows those who attended All Together Now 2018 a chance to avail of early bird ticket prices and campervan tickets ahead of general sale next Monday, August 20.

The loyalty and members sale is open now and will end at 9am on Monday. Tickets are available on a first come first served basis. General Camping: Tier 1 €179.50 and Tier 2 - €189.50. Family Camping: Tier 1 €179.50 and Tier 2 €189.50. Campervans: General €70. Family Campervans: General - €70

All Together Now is again strictly over 21s. Children between the ages of 12 and under can attend free of charge, accompanied by a parent with a family ticket.

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