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  • Location Coolroe, County Waterford, X91 X598, Ireland

All Together Now

Curraghmore Estate, Co. Waterford

August Bank Holiday Weekend 1-4, 2024

All Together Now

Welcome all Music lovers, passionate performers, families, artists, musicians, creators, comedy lovers  to All Together Now.

  • Featuring The National, Jorja Smith, Future Islands, Barry Can’t Swim and Bakar to mention some of the acts across 18 stages.

Visitors to Curraghmore must be aware to enter our Estate & Gardens via the main gate, located about 1km from Portlaw. All other entrances are closed to the general public.
We strongly advise following either the Eircode or the latitude/longitude information on your navigation tools such as GPS or mobile App.

Address: Curraghmore Estate, Portlaw, County Waterford, X91 X598


Sat Nav Coordinates of the Entrance:.
Latitude: 52.291328 Longitude: -7.327881


The main public transport option to Curraghmore is the 609 Suirway Commuter service that leaves from the Main Bus depot on the Quay’s in Waterford City to Queen Street in Portlaw where it’s just a short walk to the Curraghmore House and Gardens entrance.
From there it’s a 2km road through the grounds to the house itself.

By Car:
From Waterford City: 21km, 25-35mins

Follow the R708 onto the R710 before heading west bound on the R710 for 7km. At the Old Kilmeaden Road Roundabout take the first exit onto the Old Kilmeaden Road and continue on that road for 5.7km. At the end of the L4410 Old Kilmeaden Road turn right onto the R680. Continue on R680 for 4.2km before taking a left onto Coolfin Meadows (following signage for Portlaw). Proceed on Coolfin Meadows into Portlaw town before taking the 2nd exit at Malcolmson Square before following the road for 800m to the entrance of Curraghmore House. From there it’s a 2km drive through the grounds to the house itself.

From Dublin City: 169km, 2h-2h 30mins

Using the M50 take the exit at junction 9 to merge with the N7 and following signage for Limerick/Cork/Waterford/N8/N9. Continue on the N7 for approximately 120km until you see signage for N10/Waterford/Kilkenny/Kilcullen to merge onto the N9. Follow the N9 until Junction 10 and take the R699 exit to Thomastown/Knocktopher. Take the 3rd exit on the roundabout for R699 before continuing onwards and joining onto R701. Continue on R701 until you reach the N24. Continue on the N24 until you reach the R698 exit following signage for N76/Kilkenny/Portlaw/Piltown/Fiddtown. Continue on R698 following signage for Portlaw until you reach Malcolmstown Square where you can take the 2nd exit before following the road for 88m to the entrance of Curraghmore House. From there it’s a 2km drive through the grounds to the house itself.