All Together Now: Traffic and travel arrangements for ATN2022

All roads will lead to Portlaw this weekend as thousands descend for the sold-out All Together Now.

The festival kicks off on Friday but the field will be open for those camping from Thursday evening.

Do not use Sat Nav is the main message for those travelling to the Curraghmore site.

Three separate routes have been set up by the festival and Gardaí.


Those travelling from the North and East of the country will take the Blue Route; those coming from the Midlands and West of the country will take the Purple Route; and anyone coming from Cork and the South West of the country will take the Red Route.

Each of these routes will direct you through a specific gate at the festival site, which is why it's important that you stick to your own sign-posted route.

Specific signs and directions will also be in place for anyone with a camper van, a tent, or anyone going boutique camping.

If you're travelling from Waterford City without a camper van you have two options:


You can avail of the Bus Éireann Shuttle Bus, which is the quickest, most direct option, and runs daily from the Bus Station in the City;

Or if you're being dropped to the festival, you should go to the Highfield Business Park in Portlaw where there'll also be a free shuttle to the festival - however, this is only running on Friday and returning on Monday and there's no parking there.

Full details of the routes are below: 

For the latest traffic updates on the All Together Now festival, you can stay tuned to WLR or visit the ATN App.