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Music / December 9, 2020

Underworld to play All Together Now in 2021

Music / December 9, 2020

Underworld to play All Together Now in 2021

The duo return to Curraghmore in 2021.

Today, All Together Now revealed the first headliner in their 2021 lineup. Legendary electronic duo Underworld will return to the festival in 2021, with many of the other acts being revealed in early 2021.

Having played in their inaugural festival in 2018 Underworld returns to Ireland having performed in venues across the globe in their near 30 year career.

Having soundtracked a generation in the late 90s, the duo’s timeless anthemBorn Slippy (Nuxx) reached iconic status after featuring in Trainspotting, they consequently went on to sell millions of records and sound-track the Opening Ceremony to the London 2012 Olympic Games

Taking place across 18 stages, All Together Now has enlisted a host of musicians, comedians, actors and artists of many kinds to perform in Curraghmore since 2018.

General & Family Weekend tickets are on sale now for ATN21, available via ticketmaster.ie

All tickets for ATN 2020 will be fully valid for ATN 2021 next year.