Major headliner announced for All Together Now

Major headliner announced for All Together Now

A major headline act has been announced this morning for Curraghmore's All Together Now festival for 2024.

The Prodigy will headline the fifth year of the festival, which runs from August 1-4 across the Bank Holiday weekend.

A further 50 acts will be announced tomorrow morning, Tuesday May 21st.

The Prodigy are joining The National, Jorja Smith, Roisin Murphy, Future Islands, Barry Can’t Swim, James Vincent McMorrow and over 100 more performing at this year's festival.


Additional campervan tickets and Tier 4 weekend tickets will go on sale on Thursday at 9am.

Return to Ireland

This will be The Prodigy's return to headline a festival in Ireland for the first time in 6 years.

Following on from the incredible sold-out shows in Musgrave Park, Fairview Park, Dublin and Ormeau Park, Belfast in 2023.

The Prodigy will close the Bank Holiday Sunday at All Together Now.


Following their incendiary and emotionally charged sellout tour of the UK last July - their first since the untimely passing of Keith Flint in March 2019 - the band knew it was the right time to bring their unstoppable live performance back to outdoor stages.

Liam Howlett stated, "We always said from the start, as long as the people wanna see us, we will be there for them, to play our tunes live with full power and much ruckus."

Joining Liam and Maxim on stage will be long-term live band members, guitarist Rob Holliday and drummer Leo Crabtree, ensuring a performance that stays true to the band's high-energy legacy.

In addition to their live shows, the band is currently back in the studio working on new music. This upcoming work will follow their acclaimed album "No Tourists," which solidified their status as record-breakers with seven consecutive UK number-one albums—an unparalleled achievement for an electronic act, starting with 1994’s "Music for the Jilted Generation."

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