All Together Now has become one of the not-to-be-missed festivals.
This week they announced over 100 new acts were joining the line-up.
Amongst those is New Zealand singer Lorde who will be headlining the festival.
This will be her second-ever Irish show as she takes to the stage in Waterford over the August bank holiday.
If that wasn’t enough for you, Sugababes will also be appearing at the festival for what we’re sure will be an unmissable performance.
Tommy Tiernan will also be stopping by to host the annual Belonging Bandstand Brunch, which allows attendees to grab some nice food, and refreshing drinks and enjoy brunch with the funny man.
LCD Soundsystem frontman and co-founder of seminal New York label James Murphy could rightly be called one of the coolest people on the independent music scene.
Fresh on the heels of their sold-out Olympia gig, Black Country New Road will also bring their fresh performance to the show along with Irish musician Biig Piig, Lisa O’Neil, Fight Like Apes and over 100 other new artists.
The third edition of the festival will be held at Curraghmore Estate, County Waterford over the Bank Holiday weekend of August 4th to 6th.
Tickets for All Together Now 2023 are on sale now, priced €235, on Ticketmaster.