All Together Now takes place in Curraghmore House, Co. Waterford, Ireland on Friday August 3rd to Sunday 5th 2018.



Public Entry:

Friday: Gates - 12pm. Last Ticket Entry 12 Midnight.

Saturday: Gates - 10am. Last Ticket Entry 12 Midnight.

Sunday: Gates - 10am. Last Ticket Entry 8pm.


Ticket Type:

General Weekend Camping - Allows access into the campsite village as well as the main arena/night time arena.

General Campervan - You must purchase a general weekend camping ticket per person & one general campervan ticket per campervan to gain entry to the campervan site.

Family Weekend Ticket - Allows access for 1 adult & up to 2 children aged 12 and under to enter the festival & to camp in the family campsite. You must have children with you to enter the campsite. Adults arriving without children will be refused entry and directed to general camping.

Family Campervan - You must purchase a family weekend camping ticket per adult & one family campervan ticket per campervan, which allows 1 adult and up to 2 children aged 12 and under to enter the family campervan site.

Family Sunday Only Ticket - Adults must be accompanied by children aged 12 & under. Allows access into the main arena of the festival on Sunday only. This ticket allows 1 adult & up to 2 children aged 12 and under to enter. Please note this ticket does not allow over night camping. It is for access to the main arena only. No alcohol permitted on Sunday only tickets.


For any ticket queries please contact Ticketmaster directly on 0818 903 001 or via the ‘Help Chat’ tab on and they will be happy to advise you. 


Guest List:

Friday: 10am - 10pm

Saturday: 10am - 8pm

Sunday: 10am - 8pm


Ticketmaster Box Office:

Friday: 10am - 10pm

Saturday: 10am - 8pm

Sunday: 10am - 8pm



Tickets are available online now through Please only buy from official outlets.



Car Parks will be open from 10am on Friday August 3rd and will close at 1pm on Monday August 6th. All parking is free. There is no roadside parking allowed in any area. Tow trucks will be utilised to remove any roadside parking. Please follow the signs and any direction given by An Garda Siochana.



By Car:

From Dublin - Please drive towards the M9 south towards Grannagh roundabout. Exit the roundabout and drive towards the N25 for Kilmacthomas. From there please follow the correct signs for the festival site.

From Cork - Please take the N25 to Waterford exiting at Kilmacthomas. From there please follow the correct signs to the festival site.


We have partnered with GoCarShare carpooling. To find a lift to site or offer one, please go to their website, here.


Shuttle Bus

Bus Eireann will be running a shuttle bus to and from Waterford City and the festival throughout the weekend. Full details and timetables to be announced shortly.


From Dublin

Bus Eireann

Bus Eireann 4 service will be operating their normal service from Dublin to Waterford. Please note weekend and bank holiday timetables will be in use. Services and discounted fares will be announced shortly.

Bus Eireann will be providing an inclusive shuttle and bus service ticket from Dublin. Details to be announced.


JJ Kavanagh

JJ Kavanagh Buses have 13 services per day from Dublin City Centre (Ulster Bank, George’s Quay) to Waterford City. Promotional discount code to be announced.

For more information on timetables, click here.


From Cork

Bus Eireann 40 Cork to Wexford service, dropping off in Waterford will be operating as normal over the festival weekend. Please note weekend and bank holiday timetables will be in use.


Irish Rail

Trains services will be operating as normal to Waterford Plunkett. Shuttle bus will pick up from Waterford train station. Please visit

Routes serviced by Irish Rail: Dublin to Waterford.
Cork, Tralee, Ennis, Galway to Limerick Junction with onward connection to Waterford Plunkett.


By Bike:

There will be a bike lock up facility on site.



Weekend tickets allow entry to the campsites from Friday, 3rd August until Monday, 6th August 2018 plus access to the arena throughout the weekend. 

·      You are allowed unlimited re-entry once you have exchanged your ticket for wristband on initial entry. 

·      Alcohol not permitted on re entry .

·      There are no weekend tickets without camping available

·      General admission over 21s ID required



Family weekend tickets permit access into the designated Family Campsite. This ticket allows entry for one adult and up to two children under the age of 12. Children aged 12 years and under must be pre-registered prior to the event.

Adults wishing to stay in the family campsite must be accompanied by children aged 12 and younger. Adults without children will not be allowed access to the family campsite. ID checks will take place on entry so if you feel your child may look older than 12 please bring a form of ID for them. The family campsite will have facilities such as toilets, showers & food stalls.



The campervan campsite will be open from 9am on Friday August 3rd to 12 noon on Monday August 6th. Campervan Campsite tickets are available through as an additional add on to your weekend festival ticket.


Campervans/Caravans will require a Caravan/Campervan ticket.

Each person staying in the campervan/caravan must have a weekend camping ticket to gain access to the campervan/caravan site.

On arrival, your campervan ticket will be scanned & you will receive a pass for your vehicle.

Water & Electricity will not be available for individual units.

Tents/Gazebos can not be erected in the campervan/caravan site.

Campervans/caravans can only park in the designated campervan/caravan site and not in the general car parks. Sleeping is not permitted in any vehicles in the car park for safety reasons.

Your campervan must have a door that provides access to the living accommodation. The vehicle must be in a livable condition with a fitted bed, cooking facility & washing facility. These are to be permanent fixtures.

Generators are not permitted.

Gas cylinders & BBQs are not allowed.



ATM machines will be located on the festival site however we do advise that you bring cash with you to avoid delays.



The supermarket will be located in the campsite village. 



Customers wishing to attend All Together Now Festival will purchase a standard weekend camping ticket .  

Once you purchase your  weekend ticket first You will then need to apply for access / mobility impaired Campsite and facilities on site .

Person who require an assistant will be required to apply for a PA via the application process.

To register please go to the following link .



Can I bring my own alcohol ?

Yes, each person on a weekend camping ticket only is allowed to bring 48 cans for personal consumption. These can be brought into the campsite and main arena. No glass bottles are allowed. Please drink responsibly.

There is no re entry with alcohol once wristbanded.

Can I bring glass bottles?

For safety reasons you are not allowed to bring glass bottles into either the camping or festival site. Alcohol within your limit must be decanted into reusable containers. Any glass items, except for small make-up items and perfume/aftershave will not be permitted into the campsite or festival site.

Can I bring soft drinks?

Yes. Canned soft drinks only. No plastic bottles. We will have water for sale throughout the site in 100% recyclable & 100% refillable cartons. We will also have water refilling stations & highly encourage you to bring along a stainless steel bottle.


Can I bring food?

Yes, however we will have a wide and varied selection of food stalls to cater for your every need.

What food will be available?

A full list of our food traders will be available soon.



You must be aged 21 or over to gain access to ALL TOGETHER NOW with the exception of children aged 12 or below who must be accompanied by a paying adult. There is a maximum limit of two 12 & under children per adult.

Those wishing to stay in family camping must be accompanied by children aged 12 and under.

Persons aged 13-20 years old are not permitted into the festival site.



There will be phone charging stations on site. Please ensure your phones are fully charged before going the festival.



Toilets will be located around the festival site.

Showers will be available in the general campsite, family camping and campervan campsite.



The safety and well-being of our attendees is at the forefront of our priorities. Stringent searches will be conducted upon entry to the festival. Anyone found carrying illicit items will have them confiscated and may be removed from the festival and passed over to the Garda as a result.

Illicit and illegal items include:

Fireworks, flares and high power torches

Alcohol (over and above your personal allowance)

Illicit drugs, legal highs or nitrous oxide.

Glass (except for small make-up items and perfume/aftershave)

Animals (except guide dogs)

Anything which could be considered an offensive weapon


Petrol generators are not allowed.

Gazebos are not allowed.

Professional photographic equipment is not allowed.






Animals are not allowed on the festival site at any time.

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