There was a time long ago when festivals were all about the music but these days the culinary offerings are nearly enough to tempt people to attend.
With All Together now just around the corner, the festival has announced a rake of food options to keep punters satisfied throughout the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Some of the best food producers in Ireland will be at Curraghmore House and you're sure to find something to tickle your fancy in the below list.
A small North American-inspired artisan bakery based in Cork. Try their brownies with lashings of toppings and a scoop of ice cream. Delish.
Avo Nice Day
Serving a variety of pan-fried sourdough sandwiches which will suit vegans, vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
First of all, love that name. Northern Ireland's only hand-made, locally-sourced ramen shop. A proper meal in a bowl.
Top Notch Toasties
Let's have it right, an auld toastie can't be beaten. A simple and delicious option to grab whenever your tummy starts to rumble.
Build your own unreal poké bowl with vegetarian and vegan options.
Canada Day may have been and gone but we should be able to enjoy a poutine at any time of the year. Get your chips, cheese and gravy fix with toppings such as pulled pork, smoked bacon, chicken and chorizo.
Get a taste of the seaside with these delish fish and chips. Look out for the colourful beach hut trailer.
Pig 'N' Bird
Waterford's own 'bap mobile' will be on site to provide signature dishes such as Confit Duck Leg & Chimichurri and Salt & Pepper Chicken Thighs.
As The Beatles once said, "cheese is all you need." Get your tapas-style cheese plate, and chill out on the lawn for an hour or so.
The Market Kitchen
An unreal selection of fresh market produce.
When in Waterford, eat Waterford Blaa. Perfect for a quick breakfast before dancing the day away again.
Fresh and healthy Indian grub. Check out the mouth-watering dal as well as the coconut curries.