Summer festival season is in full swing. Move aside Electric Picnic, the festival everyone is talking about this year is All Together Now. With only six weeks to go, All Together Now have revealed the Over The Ha Ha Comedy Stage lineup and it does not disappoint.
With only 6 weeks to go until we return to Waterford, we’re excited to announce our Over The Ha Ha Comedy Stage lineup ?
Welcoming none other than the brilliant Tommy Tiernan, the hilarious Jason Byrne and Deirdre O’Kane and so many more ??
— All Together Now (@ATNfestival) June 21, 2019
They don't come any bigger than the award-winning comedian, TV presenter and the Da Gerry from Derry Girls, Tommy Tiernan. Tommy Tiernan is also now the face of Saturday night television. The third series of The Tommy Tiernan Show has been warmly received by both viewers and critics and has been described as the future of chat shows.
The Two Johnnies will also be entertaining festival goers. The comedy duo have a No.1 Podcast in Ireland, 4 Irish number 1 singles, and millions of YouTube views. Their live show “Get Loose” had a hugely successful tour, including a sold out Dublin’s Vicar Street, Cork’s Everyman Theatre.
Deirdre O' Kane is also part of this stellar comedy line up. The last 18 months have been a whirlwind for the talented comedian. Her brand new stand-up show has been touring to sold-out houses in Ireland and the UK and a new show is already in the works for 2020.
The biggest selling comedian at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Jason Byrne is another welcomed addition to this amazing line-up.
Festival-goers can also expect strong sets from comedy greats like Colm O'Regan, Karl Spain, Ross Browne, Julie Jay and Joe Rooney and exciting emerging talents Emma Doran and Paul David Murphy.
All Together Now takes place the August Bank Holiday weekend on Curraghmore Estate, Co Waterford. It was the festival everyone was talking about last year and with an even better line up, it's sure to be an amazing weekend. If you haven't secured a ticket, I'm afraid to be the bearer of bad news but tickets have sold out. There's always next year.