Saturday September 19, 2020

Good green fun at an eco-friendly festival

Sustainability is the name of the game at All Together Now in Waterford, where green thinking underpins food production, transport, plastic reduction and waste management

28th July, 2019
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All Together Now's inaugural edition In Portlaw, Co Waterford last August was a huge success Pic: Aerial.ie

The road to Waterford’s Curraghmore Estate will be a busy one on Friday next, as 20,000 festival-goers make their way to All Together Now. This, the second edition of the festival created by the late entertainment impresario John Reynolds, is an entirely sold-out affair, and has been for some time. For those fortunate enough to have a ticket, there lies in wait a cornucopia of visual, aural and experiential treats.

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