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ATP New York 2010 is ON SALE NOW
All Tomorrow's Parties will return to Kutsher's Country Club, Monticello for the third ATP New York festival over Labor Day weekend, running from Friday 3rd September – Sunday 5th September. Jim Jarmusch, well known for his fantastic collaborations and documentaries with musicians will be the guest curator on Sunday 5th. The line-up is now almost fully complete, with weekend and day tickets on sale now. See below for full info...
As previously announced, Friday 3rd September features these performances as part of our Don't Look Back day:
IGGY & THE STOOGES performing Raw Power
SLEEP performing Holy Mountain
MUDHONEY performing Superfuzz Bigmuff + Early Singles
THE SCIENTISTS performing Blood Red River (first ever U.S. Show)
Friday will also feature a Comedy Stage curated by Syd Butler of Les Savy Fav, who has picked the following comedians:
ATP celebrate 10 years with a birthday party on Saturday 4th September hosting a day of past ATP curators, ATP Recordings artists and friends. To complete the line-up for this day our new additions are headed up by HALLOGALLO 2010, a very special new project headed by Michael Rother and featuring Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth) and Aaron Mullan (Tall Firs). Hallogallo will perform the music of Rother's 1970s Krautrock legends Neu! - their recent debut show in Barcelona was rapturously received. Also confirmed are cult heros SHELLAC who appear as ATP's House Band, FURSAXA, SIAN ALICE GROUP and TEXT OF LIGHT (featuring Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo). Steve Albini of Shellac is also confirmed to host his Card Games Room over the weekend. Here's that day's full line-up...
EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY
HALLOGALLO 2010 (Michael Rother & Friends Present Neu! Music)
SHELLAC (House Band)
BEAK> (featuring Geoff Barrow of Portishead)
TEXT OF LIGHT (featuring Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth)
SIAN ALICE GROUP
Jim Jarmusch will curate Sunday 5th September and here is the final eclectic mix of artists he has picked...
SUNN O))) and BORIS present ALTAR
HOPE SANDOVAL AND THE WARM INVENTIONS
THE BLACK ANGELS
DJ KOOL HERC
T MODEL FORD
RICKY POWELL'S WORLD FAMOUS SLIDESHOW
All three days will also feature DJs and Cinema presented by Criterion. This year the bars, food vendors and Djs will continue until 6pm on Monday 6th September so that all guests can enjoy a more relaxing start to their post-ATP week.
Festival Tickets are priced at $250 + booking fee for the weekend. Friday day tickets are priced at $110 + booking fee. Saturday and Sunday day tickets are priced at $120 + booking fee.
Bus travel for Friday Day ticket holders is available between Manhattan and the festival. Weekend Bus tickets are now sold out; see www.shortlinebus.com for alternatives.
Accommodation at Kutshers and The Raleigh is now sold out. There is other accommodation available at nearby hotels or motels, click here for full info.
Weekend and Day Tickets are available now - click here to buy.
Tickets are also available in person from OTHER MUSIC in New York and AQUARIUS RECORDS in San Francisco.
ACCOMMODATION costs $150 per person for the three nights + room tax + servicing fee.
The Raleigh Hotel is situated approximately 10 minutes bus ride away from Kutsher's and we will be running free shuttle buses between the two hotels all weekend. Accommodations are sold by the room in 3 day blocks only, (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), you cannot buy just a single night. You are permitted to have any number up to the maximum occupancy in the room. For example, if you wish to purchase a 4 person occupancy room, you are permitted to have 1 - 4 people sharing the room during the event, and the price is the same for the room, regardless of how many people stay. Each person will still need to purchase a festival pass.
A list of other accommodation nearby that we will be running a shuttle bus to and from over the weekend is here.
If you have any queries about accommodation, please email email@example.com
CLICK HERE TO BUY ONLINE or buy via 24/7 Ticket Hotline: 1-800-838-3006
Selected press from 2008:
“An unforgettable end to the summer festival season.” – Spin
“ATP NY was the most enjoyable festival experience i’ve ever had in my life.” – Pitchfork
“Most of the bands seem to be strolling the grounds with the fans, unlike most festivals, where the stars seem to hide in their trailers...it’s quaint, unique location has provided the event an easy-going summer camp vibe...ATP was a great example of what a festival should be- manageable, full of cool people and boasting a solid line-up...it was a pretty perfect weekend.” - Billboard
Selected press from 2009:
"ATP is an animal all of its own. There is an energy that is positive, creative and palpable. Musicians wander about the grounds, checking out the bands. The sound system is killer. " - Brooklyn Vegan
"ATP is, in short, what indie rock was always supposed to be...ATP is indie rock at it's best." - The New Yorker
"A weekend of musical delights. ATP remains by far the best organised, friendliest festival around." - Rolling Stone
"Essentially a perfect weekend...Well done, ATP." - Entertainment Weekly
"A festival experience like no other...Lines are non-existent; it's easy to find a spot up-close to the stage to watch your favourite band; beer is plentiful; there's seating outside by the lake; and artists wander about with the normal folk." - Spin
"The year's finest festival. If anything, this year felt more celebratory than 2008." - Stereogum
"The most focused music festival on the planet. The lineup is unique, the atmosphere is crazily mellow...Not many festivals are interested in making diehard music fans feel appreciated, or even necessary, and ATP makes that its whole point." - Fader
"Nothing like your normal three day music fest. Artistic integrity is the word of the day." - ABC News
"Felt a little like the coolest prom ever...an all-out sensory overload...we'll be down for it again this time next year." - GQ
"A kind of utopia was successfully brought off last weekend at ATP...an incredible adventure in cultural escapism." - New York magazine
ABOUT THE VENUE
Kutsher's is a country club based in upstate New York, less than 2 hours drive from New York City. The club is set in 1200 acres of beautiful countryside in the magnificent Catskills mountains. The resort comprises of a hotel with several bars/nightclubs and cafes/restaurants. Plus various other amenities including a swimming pool, golf course, tennis courts, health spa and much much more.
The event takes place over 3 days, from Friday 3rd September to Sunday 5th September 2010 inclusive at Kutsher's. Performances starting in the mid-afternoon, with around 35 acts set to play live across the weekend with DJ sets until late into the night, comedy, movies and more. There is dining, bars and other amenities onsite. Performances all take place indoors at the intimate venues within the complex, so you have no need to fear about the weather!
ABOUT ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES
All Tomorrow's Parties has been promoting festivals and concerts throughout the world for the last ten years. It was founded in the wake of Belle and Sebastian’s Bowlie Weekender, with Mogwai curating in the unusual setting of Pontins Holiday Camp, Camber Sands. Since then the festival has appeared every year and has expanded across the globe continuing to set itself apart from large scale corporate festivals by staying intimate and fan-friendly. The line-ups are chosen by significant bands or artists which results in eclectic events that combine performances by legendary and influential acts with appearances by the latest crop of experimental artists from any (and every) musical genre. The festival has become more successful with every passing year, and ATP events have taken place in the UK, USA, Europe and Australia, with past curators including Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Mike Patton, My Bloody Valentine, Portishead, Sonic Youth, Slint, and Tortoise.
For ten years ATP has set itself apart from other festivals by embracing seemingly disparate artistic genres, with events featuring art exhibitions, cinema programmes, spoken word performances and stand up comedy. It has spawned an acclaimed concert series (Don't Look Back), a record label (ATP Recordings), and a feature length documentary about the festivals from Warp X, titled All Tomorrow’s Parties, out now on DVD. For more information and the trailer visit www.ourtrueintent.com
(All press enquiries, please contact Judy at Motormouthmedia. www.motormouthmedia.com)