All Together Now 2020: Iggy Pop will play in front of up to 20,000 people over the August bank-holiday weekend. Photograph: Rich Fury/Getty

Iggy Pop is to headline next year’s All Together Now, festival organisers have announced. The godfather of punk, who with The Stooges influenced a ge(...)

All Together Now, at the Curraghmore Estate, in Co Waterford. Photograph:  Aerial.ie

All Together Now will return in 2020 – and has promised that it won’t get any larger in an attempt to avoid the problems that plagued this year’s musi(...)

 Festival-goers walking to  All Together Now  at Curraghmore, Co Waterford.  There were hours of traffic delay  getting to the venue. Photograph:  Patrick Browne

Before the music began at Waterford’s All Together Now over the August Bank Holiday weekend, complaints about traffic delays filtered through social m(...)

Sunday brunch time saw a special live recording of The Blindboy Podcast  at All Together Now. Photograph: Aerial.ie

Back and bigger than before, Waterford’s All Together Now made its return for a second year, with most concert-goers losing up to half a day to traffi(...)

All Together Now: the festival of the summer for music fans who have outgrown Electric Picnic and Forbidden Fruit

This is the festival of the summer for music fans who feel they have outgrown (to put it kindly) Electric Picnic and Forbidden Fruit. Created in 2018 (...)

Pussy Riot: the Russian feminist punk collective will be at All Together Now.  Photograph: Roberto Ricciuti/Redferns/Getty

All Together Now has announced a string of new acts for this summer’s sold-out music festival, whose headliners include The National, Patti Smith, and(...)

Curraghmore House in Co Waterford

“I’m not interested in going to any imitator festivals at all,” says Debs Armstrong, the art decor director of Ireland’s newest festival All Together (...)