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General News / November 14, 2019

All Together Now announce Iggy Pop as first headliner

General News / November 14, 2019

All Together Now announce Iggy Pop as first headliner

Returning for their third instalment, the festival has recruited a massive name to headline this coming Summer.

All Together Now is back for its third instalment and it’s steadily improved with every year. Featuring music, spoken word, comedy, theatre and art work it has become a haven for those looking respite and a bit of escapism every Summer.

They’ve revealed the first act to play their third edition and it’s arguably the biggest name yet. Welcoming the godfather of punk to Curraghmore and back to Ireland for his first performance here in 12 years, Iggy Pop will be donning the main stage very soon.

Undoubtedly one of the genre’s most iconic acts, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend recently released studio album ‘Free’ and whets the appetite for a festival that grows in stature every year.

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