All Together Now postponed until 2022 after "exhausting all possibilities" to stage festival this summer 1 month ago

All Together Now postponed until 2022 after "exhausting all possibilities" to stage festival this summer

The festival had announced Iggy Pop, Sinead O'Connor and Underworld as headliners.

Waterford music festival All Together Now will not take place this summer and has been postponed until 2022.

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The three-day festival was due to take place between 30 July and 1 August and had announced Iggy Pop, Sinead O'Connor and Underworld as headliners.

However, in a statement on its website, the festival confirmed on Wednesday it will not be going ahead next month after "exhausting all possibilities" to take place this summer. It has been rescheduled for 29 - 31 July, 2022.

The statement read: "After exhausting all possibilities to enable the festival to happen this summer, it has become clear that despite recent signs of hope from the authorities, the current health restrictions make it impossible to make plans for the event to take place this August Bank Holiday Weekend.

"We can hardly imagine how emotional it will be to reopen the gates to the festival next summer and meet again after such a sad and long absence. We all need and deserve a festival to look forward to and we are dedicated to making All Together Now 2022 a special celebration.

"We thank all the artists, managers, agents, crew, partners, production companies, and the many workers who continue to work alongside us through these difficult times. With special thanks to Lord & Lady Waterford & Waterford County Council for their continued support and encouragement.

"We will dance together again! But in the meantime: take good care of yourself and those around you! We thank you again for your continued support."

Tickets for this year’s event are now valid for All Together Now 2022. If you are unable to attend the festival next year, you can log into ‘My Account’ on ticketmaster.ie and they will process your request.

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The festival said: "Your support is invaluable to us through these challenging times, we are eternally grateful to all of you who hold onto your ticket for 2022."