Iggy Pop's first Irish performance in 12 years will be headlining All Together Now 2020

Iggy Pop's first Irish performance in 12 years will be headlining All Together Now 2020

All Together Now have announced Iggy Pop will be headlining the festival's third year for his first Irish performance in 12 years.

Heralded as the 'Godfather of punk', Iggy Pop was the frontman for his late 60s/ early 70s band The Stooges.

As the Rolling Stone magazine said, "There is extreme, there is legendary — and then there is Iggy Pop".

Further acts are to be announced in the upcoming months, but tickets are already on sale for €220.00 including booking fee.

General and family campervan passes have already sold out, but there are a number of other options to choose from.

The festival kicks off on July 31, 2020 to August 2, 2020.

Tickets available here.

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