Music / July 22, 2022

The essential guide to The Circle at All Together Now

All Together Now
Music / July 22, 2022

The essential guide to The Circle at All Together Now

BBQ blow outs, exclusive collaborations and one of a kind workshops. Jameson and ATN have teamed up to make The Circle is the must see immersive area at the festival.

With festivals back on the menu this year, All Together Now are going full steam ahead with a brand new immersive arena in collaboration with Jameson called The Circle.

Zaska is hosting the Big Jam, a jamming session taking place on Sunday 31 July

In terms of music, they’ve curated a host of the best emerging new artists to satisfy even the nerdiest music heads whilst also balancing a hefty daytime lineup and number of DJs for the night owls. The stand out slot comes in the shape of an exclusive performance of a brand new song from RTÉ Choice Prize winner and Narolane Records co-founder MuRli and experienced electronic artist Elaine Mai.

Sasha Terfous will take ‘The Spoken Word Circle’ with her poetry on Saturday 30 July

Elsewhere, there will be a series of workshops throughout the weekend. Zaska hosts the Big Jam inviting fans to a jamming session, while Dermot Sheedy (Hermitage Green) will host Bodhrán Beats, a session fusing traditional music with electronic music. Poet laureate Sasha Terfous hosts The Spoken Word Circle whilst visual artist and screen printer Execute Exist will help facilitate those who want to try their hand at making their own merch. Additionally, the new area will host a number of conversations with artists across the day, providing activities for whatever pace you feel like moving at.

Execute Exist guides a screen printing workshop on Saturday 30 July

Full Lineup:

Friday 29 July

18.00-18.45 The X Collective
19.15-20.00 Kean Kavanagh (Acoustic Set)
20.15-21.00 Nealo
21.00-22.00 Mango B2B Roo Honeychild
22.00-00.00 Soft Boy B2B David Kitt
00.00-02.00 Sean Johnston B2B Cian Ó Cíobháin

Saturday 30 July

14.00-14.45 Kean Kavanagh in Conversation
14.45-15.30 Spoken Word Circle with Sasha Terfous
15.30-16.30 The BBQ Project with Pitt Bros + Prymary Colours (DJ Set)
16.30-17.15 Loah (Acoustic Set)
17.15-18.15 Festival Cocktails with Oisin Davis + Prymary Colours (DJ Set)
18.15-19.15 Senita Appiakorang & Shiv (DJ Set)
18.00-19.15 Screen Printing with Execute Exist
19.15-20.00 Celaviedmai
20.00-22.00 Chamomile Club & Friends
22.00-00.00 Tara Kumar B2B Sally Cinnamon
00.00-02.00 Nooriyah B2B Moving Still

Dermot Sheedy takes his Bódhrán to the Circle on Sunday 31 July

Sunday 31 July

14.00-14.45 Jordan O’Leary (The Scratch) in Conversation
15.00-16.00 The Big Jam with Zaska
15.30-16.15 Malaki & Narolane in Conversation
16.15-18.15 Bodhrán Beats with Dermot Sheedy
16.15-17.15 Festival Cocktails with Oisin Davis + Aidan Kelly (DJ Set)
17.15-18.15 BBQ Showcase with Pitt Bros + Aidan Kelly (DJ Set)
18.15-19.00 Jordan O’Leary & Claire
19.15-20.00 John Francis Flynn (Acoustic)
20.15-21.00 MuRLi with Special Guest Elaine Mai
21.00-22.00 Narolane DJ Set
22.00-02.00 All City & Friends

MuRli and Elaine Mai’s collaboration comes after Jameson brought Biig Piig and Monjola together for an exclusive collaboration at The Complex in Dublin, where they performed a reworked version of ‘Feels Right’. 

Speaking about the new stage, Ciara Brennan, Jameson Senior Brand Manager, Irish Distillers Pernod-Ricard commented, “We are incredibly excited to bring The Circle to life at All Together Now. Our Widen The Circle campaign is all about fostering connections and collaboration and with The Circle stage, we want to immerse music fans in an unforgettable experience which creates authentic human connection. From our music performance line up featuring incredibly acts & collaborative DJ sets to our immersive workshops and riveting talks, The Circle stage will be a space where everyone can come together to enjoy something truly unique over a Jameson Ginger and Lime.”

A limited number of tickets for each are available to register for through

Tickets for All Together Now are on sale now, click here to purchase.

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