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For the August bank holiday weekend, Dr. Bronner's will collaborate with All Together Now as one of the festival's sustainability partners.

The organic, Fairtrade, biodegradable-vegan, versatile personal care brand will bring their gorgeous soaps to the festival's 'Eco Area', where the team will promote good practices.

Attendees can be educated on what changes need to be made to combat climate breakdown and encouraged to make sustainable choices in everyday life.


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The Dr. Bronner's team will be undergoing their 'Heal Earth' campaign to promote regenerative organic agriculture.

The brand's efforts to combat climate change will be emphasised, and their product range of certified organic, biodegradable goodies will be sampled and available to buy.

Dr. Bronner's soaps will be supplied all over All Together Now's showering facilities for attendees, as well as in the backstage areas of artists like Hot Chip, The National and Patti Smith.

Paul Irwin, Director of Life’s Great said;

"We are delighted to be partnering with ‘All Together Now’ and providing attendees with ethical, environmentally friendly and fair trade Dr Bronner’s soaps while sharing the ‘Health Earth’ message which is very much aligned to the ethos All Together Now promotes".

The company was founded in 1948 by Emanuel Bronner, a third-generation master soapmaker from a German-Jewish soapmaking family.


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The business remains family-owned and run, and the brand honours Emanuel Bronner's vision by making socially and environmentally-responsible products of the highest quality, while donating profits for a better world.

'We are All-One or None!' remains their mantra, and their combat climate change goals are perfect for a festival like All Together Now.

For more information on Dr. Bronner’s or to have a scope at their gorgeous goods, check out their range on Life's Great. 

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Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, innocent is bringing its own ‘60s inspired mini-festival, Goodstock to All Together Now this August Bank Holiday weekend. Goodstock will brighten festival-goers’ days with fun activities and tasty drinks.

In typical innocent fashion and tying in with the ethos behind All Together Now, the entire event will be keeping sustainability at its core. Everything, from flags made from old tents to upcycled furniture, will be used to create a fun and relaxing experience. 

Goodstock will also be hosting a timetable of activities and workshops for the crafty, the curious and the sustainably conscious. Festival-goers can participate in the live giant artwork piece ‘Butterfly Effect’ by Martina Shannon or have a go at playing the ukulele.

If neither of those are of interest, festival-goers can get their creative juices flowing at the following workshops:

Festival Essentials – Make ponchos, tote bags and other essentials from reclaimed items.

Accessories To Dye For – Turning old clothes into tie-dye psychedelic masterpieces.

Knot For The Ordinary – Learn the ancient art form of Macramé that’s all the rage again.

Rejuvenate Your State –  Come, chill, indulge in a head massage or group-led mindfulness meditation 

All Together Now attendees are invited to book workshop places by texting the WORKSHOP NAME followed by their own NAME to 085 183 6659. 

Of course, the best news is, all of the above come with some free, tasty innocent drinks.

Speaking about Goodstock, Johanne Lorge, Marketing Manager at innocent drinks, Ireland said: "All Together Now is a sustainable and environmentally friendly festival so this is a great fit for us. At innocent, we want to leave things better than we found them, and when we’re doing business, we want to do it in a way that’s good for the planet and the people on it. We’re delighted to have a platform like All Together Now where we can shout about our shared values.”

 To learn more visit innocentdrinks.ie or join the conversation on @innocentireland


Just Eat, Ireland’s leading food ordering and delivery app, has been announced as the official food ordering partner of sold out music festival, All Together Now. Serving up a whole new dining experience at this year’s event, guests will be invited to Just Eat Together Now and enjoy brunch, lunch or dinner on the front lawn of the magnificent Curraghmore House.

Tasteful table toppings and chic floral arrangements will set the tone, as music fans take a seat and enjoy the freedom of choice and the luxury of fine festival dining. Supporting this year’s mouth-watering line-up of acts, a team of dedicated Just Eat Waiters will be delivering a range of flavours from popular restaurant partners Avo Nice Day, Eddie Rockets, Bear Grillz, Harty Kitchen, Dorain Delep Pizza, C’est Cheese and Shaka Poké, allowing festival-goers to relax and enjoy the weekend of entertainment.

Commenting on the announcement, Annelie McCaffrey, Head of Marketing at Just Eat Ireland said; “Just Eat is thrilled to be joining the All Together Now roster with the ambition always to make food discovery convenient and exciting for everyone. Our Just Eat Waiters will be on-hand right across the weekend, delivering everyone’s favourite flavours, with guests invited to Just Eat Together Now and enjoy a truly unique festival dining experience.”

While tickets for this 3-day extravaganza are now sold out, Just Eat is giving one lucky fan (and 4 of their mates) the chance to WIN 5 weekend camping passes. Set across 16 stages, featuring natural amphitheatres, secret woodland stages, the Belonging Bandstand and more, guests will be treated to an August Bank Holiday feast for all the senses.



While it may only be February, we're already looking ahead to festival season. 

We we're pretty excited last week when we discovered that an over-21s festival would be launching in Ireland this year, called All Together Now. 

At the time, we had no word on the line up, but it's just in, and we have to say, she's lookin' well. 

Taking to the various stages at Curraghmore House estate are indie folk band Fleet Foxes. 

Joining them will be UK electronic set Underworld, and festival favourite Nu-electro artist Mura Masa. 

The setting for these acts could not be more picturesque, with the Curraghmore estate's 3000 acres of tiered lawns, ancient forests and elaborate water features.

Also performing over the three-day weekend are Roisin Murphy, First Aid Kit, Chaka Khan, Mogwai and Groove Armada. 

All Together Now promises to bring together the realms of  music, spoken word, comedy, theatre, debate, art and workshops in one three-day event across the August Bank Holiday, and manhy more acts are yet to be announced.

Early Bird tickets go on sale next Friday, February 23rd, for €149.50 from Ticketmaster. 



While we adore heading to festivals during the summer, sometimes we can find ourselves looking around and honesty wondering if the entire Transition Year population of Ireland is also in attendance. 

Not that there's anything wrong with festivals allowing over-16's, but we'd really like to go to a festival just once and not here the words, 'ah, sorry? Would you mind buying us some pints, we'll give you the money.'

Luckily, 2018 will see the launch of All Together Now, a over-21's festival based in Curraghmore House, Co Waterford. 

The setting could not be more picturesque, with the Curraghmore estate's 3000 acres of tiered lawns, ancient forests and elaborate water features. 

All Together Now promises to bring together the realms of  music, spoken word, comedy, theatre, debate, art and workshops in one three-day event across the August Bank Holiday. 

There's no word yet on the musical line-up, but we're hoping that the alltogethernow.ie site will give us some details ahead of ticket release. 

Early Bird tickets go on sale next Friday, February 23rd, for €149.50 from Ticketmaster. 

Children between the ages of two and 12 can attend free of charge, accompanied by a parent with a family ticket, so if you're on the market for a family event without the teens (sorry teens).

The festival is a camping festival, but they promise to also offer 'bespoke accommodation' options which sound right up our alley. 

Will you be making the pilgrimage to Waterford?