All Together Now festival sets the stage for its 2024 edition by announcing the lineup of its first five acts
The All Together Now festival in County Waterford has unveiled a glimpse of what's in store for its 2024 lineup, promising an incredible musical journey at the stunning Curraghmore Estate. Set to take place from August 1st to August 4th, this year's edition aims to bring music enthusiasts together for an unforgettable experience over the August bank holiday weekend.
Starting December 11th at 9 am, tier 3 tickets will become available, offering a variety of options, including general camping passes priced at €235 and family camping tickets at the same rate. For those looking for a more flexible payment option, installment plans allow the cost to be spread across five payments of €49.80 each. However, with campervan and caravan passes already sold out, attendees might want to consider the classic festival setup with tents and sleeping bags.
Returning to the majestic setting of Curraghmore Estate is the highly anticipated performance by Cincinnati's rock band, The National, reclaiming their headline spot after a standout show in 2019. With a career spanning over two decades, The National remains a formidable force in the indie music scene. From the introspective "First Two Pages of Frankenstein" released in January 2023 to the more vibrant "Laugh Track" later that year, their musical evolution promises an engaging and diverse set.
Another highlight of the lineup is the return of Barry Can't Swim, set for an impressive comeback after a memorable debut at the 2023 festival. Additionally, Jorja Smith's captivating songwriting and ability to seamlessly traverse modern hip-hop soul, garage, and alt-pop make her a standout addition. Her debut album "Lost and Found" earned her acclaim with three Brit Awards nominations and a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. With her sophomore release "Falling or Flying" in 2023, featuring the infectious track "Little Things," she continues to captivate audiences worldwide.
Completing the roster are Baltimore synth-pop quartet Future Islands and the unique British indie rock act Bakar, both poised to deliver electrifying performances at the Waterford festival.
For those eager to secure their spot at All Together Now 2024, general camping tickets will be released on Monday, December 11th, at 9 am, priced at €235. Tickets will be available through the festival's official website.