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This year
All Together Now to undertake 'full review' of disability access following criticism
A report by
Eoghan Dalton
Calls were made for a review of the festival’s accessibility after disabled people who bought tickets could not access the main arena.
Organisers are also facing questions over why they claimed to have partnered with the Irish Wheelchair Association for this year's event - the charity has denied any such involvement.
'I'm not looking to be chauffeured for the weekend but please don't make it that I'm struggling to get into the festival,' one attendee told reporter Eoghan Dalton.
The man has been offered a full refund having left Curraghmore without staying a night.
'Stay in your tents': Music festivals plough on amid weather warnings
There is a status yellow wind warning currently in place for all of Munster.
August Bank Holiday weekend: The best festivals and events for last minute plans
From the rugby to the fleadh to a street art festival in Waterford city, there’s plenty to do this Bank Holiday weekend.
Poll: Are you going to All Together Now?
Have your say.
Author sues All Together Now following 'trans rights' statement at last year's festival
It follows a talk delivered at last year’s festival by campaigner Rachel Moran.
From Iggy Pop to Interpol: 5 unmissable music festivals taking place across Ireland this Summer
A guide to some of the incredible acts performing across the country to catch this festival season.
Last year
Iggy Pop to headline All Together Now 2023 as Sugababes, Jamie xx and more to perform
It will be the legendary punk singer’s first Irish festival in 15 years
'Singing from the same climate hymn sheet': Met Éireann to level playing field of Irish data
A new project is trying to bring existing work on climate data by other organisations under one roof.
Sinn Féin, SDLP and Alliance jointly write to Boris Johnson to condemn 'reckless' Protocol bill
The letter represents a majority of MLAs in Stormont but no unionists signed it.
All time
Lineup announced for next year's All Together Now festival
The popular festival last took place in the summer of 2019.
'Exhausted all possibilities': All Together Now festival cancelled until next year
The music festival in Co Waterford has been rescheduled for July 2022.
All Together Now promises 'no repeat' of traffic issues as it announces tickets for 2020
Tickets for the 2020 edition of the Waterford festival will go on sale next week.
Quiz: How well do you know Ireland's music festivals?
All Together Now is taking place in Co Waterford this weekend.
All Together Now organisers 'aware' of traffic issues as festival-goers vent after long delays
Many fans complained of long delays in getting to the Waterford festival.
Everything you need to know about the 10 Irish acts announced for this year's All Together Now festival
This should get you buzzing.
Saint Sister just released a new music video by the same director as Hozier's 'Take Me To Church'
It’ll make you nostalgic for lost love, even if you’ve always been a single cat lady.
4 events for... fun-seekers during the summer's last long weekend
The All Ireland Scarecrow Championship and Fleet Foxes in Co Waterford, your weekend plans sorted.
7 of the most unmissable songs to hear at All Together Now
The best choons from Fleet Foxes to Kelela to Villagers
Donald Trump met Rodrigo Duterte in Manila and said he 'really enjoyed being here'
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has been accused of mass murder.
Islanders will be able to vote on the same day as the rest of the country
Fianna Fáil argues that it is no longer necessary for those living on the islands to vote early.
Dortmund to host memorable rendition of 'You'll Never Walk Alone'
Liverpool take on the German side in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final tomorrow night.
Greece says its debt crisis is a 'common European problem'
The country made its latest loan repayment today – but more trouble lies ahead.
Group of Independents want to strip politicians of some power and revive rural Ireland
The group held talks today to discuss a possible alliance based on shared principles.
Coillte and Bord na Móna come together in joint venture
They will develop tourist trails, build wind farms and explore using green energy to power electricity stations.
Two institutes of technology have come together to form an alliance
GMIT and LIT say the agreement will provide greater educational opportunities for students.