The line-up for that mysterious new Waterford festival you've been hearing about has been revealed
'Born Slippy' remains a festival anthem for all time.
There's been a lot of buzz about All Together Now; the brand new three-day extravaganza set to take place on the grounds of the Curraghmore Estate in Waterford on the August Bank Holiday weekend.
The first round of acts puts Underworld, Róisín Murphy and Fleet Foxes at the top of the bill, with turns also expected from Mura Masa, First Aid Kit, Chaka Khan, Nils Frahm, Mogwai, The New Power Generation, Jimmy Cliff, Groove Armada (DJ Set), Kelela, Booka Shade, The Black Madonna, Hot Chip Megamix, Jape, Maribou State, Talos, Ghostpoet, Saul Williams, This Is The Kit, Horse Meat Disco, Saint Sister, Shanti Celeste, Grandbrothers, Booka Brass, whenyoung, Fish Go Deep, Biig Piig, David Keenan and Nialler9.
Tickets for the 10,000-capacity, over-21's bash priced from €149.50 go on sale on Friday 23 February at 9am via Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide, with camper-van passes available for €60.
All Together Now takes place between 3 - 5 August, and is one of three festival options that weekend, with Castlepalooza and Indiependence returning to Offaly and Cork, respectively.
Now, to hopefully answer a debate that continues to rage - which is better; iconic Trainspotting anthem 'Born Slippy' or the live one-two punch favourite that is 'Rez/Cowgirl'?
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