Thousands of music lovers will get a first look at Ireland's newest festival this weekend.
All Together Now will take up residence in Curraghmore Estate in Waterford for its debut event.
Acts like Underworld, Roisin Murphy and Chaka Khan have been confirmed for the line-up, alongside performers including Groove Armada, Hot Chip and Horse Meat Disco.
The festival is over 21s, and here are some important times:
- Friday: Campsite Gates - 12pm. Last Ticket Entry 12 Midnight.
- Friday: Main Area Opens - 5pm
- Saturday: Campsite Gates - 10am. Last Ticket Entry 12 Midnight.
- Saturday: Main Area Opens - 10am
- Sunday: Campsite Gates - 10am. Last Ticket Entry 6pm.
- Sunday: Main Area Opens - 10am
Warm weather is expected during the day over the weekend with temperatures falling at night time. People are advised to bring appropriate clothing, stay hydrated and apply sunscreen.
Each person on a weekend camping ticket is allowed to bring 48 cans or 1 litre of spirits or 1.5 litre of wine.
These can be brought into the campsite and main arena.
No glass bottles are allowed.
Organisers describe it as "a festival for like-minded people, music lovers, passionate performers, families, artists, musicians, creators, rebels, and refugees of a changing festival landscape".
Over the three days, there will be music, food, spoken word, comedy, theatre, debate, art and workshops across ten stages and an alfresco crystal ballroom.
One of the most iconic stages from Glastonbury will also be at All Together Now this weekend.
The Afterburner installation dreamed up by the guys at Arcadia will be breathing fire into the night air.
The immersive 360 degree Afterburner installation houses a DJ booth and shoots fireballs above the crowd, who can dance on the structure itself.
AVAILABLE ON SITE
- CAMPSITE VILLAGE SHOP
- (YES IT DOES SELL ICE)
- GIG LOCKERS
- PHONE CHARGING
- DRINKING TAPS
- FULL STOCKED BARS SEE BELOW MENUS