TEN more acts are join the likes of The National, Fontaines D.C., Patti Smith and Father John Misty for this year’s second chapter of All Together Now in Waterford.
Joining the bill for the new sold-out event, UK four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club will bring their hits like ‘So Long See You Tomorrow’ as well as possibly revealing some of their new music.
Michigan-born Reykjavik resident John Grant has also been added, along with Moodymann, Anna Calvi, Gus Dapperton, Tourist, Pussy Riot, Kokoko Kokoko, Black Midi The Claque, The Wailers and Rimon.
Set across 16 stages, All Together Now will feature natural amphitheatres, secret woodland stages, the Belonging Bandstand and more.
All Together Now is strictly over 21s. Children up to age 12 can attend free of charge, accompanied by a parent with a family ticket.
All Together Now takes place from August 2nd to 4th.