We would like to extend our warmest thanks to everyone that worked at, played at, helped to organise, and attended this weekend's inaugural ATP Australia festival in Sydney. Thank you to Sydney Festival for their participation and thanks of course to our curators Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds! We think you'll all agree it was a very special event and we hope you had an excellent time.
There have been some slight revisions to the stage times, the most important of which are:
As part of the inaugural All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival in Australia curated by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, ATP and Neon Parc are bringing out an exhibition of one of Nick Cave’s favourite artists, Louis Wain. This is the first time a Louis Wain exhibition will take place outside the UK and Nick Cave has chosen the pieces included in the exhibit personally. The pieces will kindly be on loan from the Chris Beetles Gallery of London, the principal dealer of this celebrated Edwardian artist. The exhibition is made possible with the kind assistance of Dine.
ATP is pleased to present a film programme curated by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Taking place on January 9th and 10th at Mount Buller Cinema, January 14th – 18th at Brisbane’s Australian Cinémathèque at the South Bank and January 17th and 18th at Sydney's Cockatoo Island, the cinema programme is presented free of charge to those attending the events.
We've set up a handy page over at Last.FM which will allow you to check out music from the artists on the lineup...
Further acts announced!
Special performances by The Saints, X and Dirty Three.
From the Sydney Festival website.
The full Sydney Festival ATP line-up to be announced early December. Ticketing, venue & ferry details announced November 5th. See www.sydneyfestival.org.au for full details or phone (02) 9007-0007.
Nick Cave adds another feather to his cap...