Event Information

I'll Be Your Mirror London 2013
All Tomorrow's Parties announce
third I'll Be Your Mirror London festival
4th May 2013 at Alexandra Palace, London
YEAH YEAH YEAHS headline & curate


On Saturday 4th May 2013 at Alexandra Palace, London, All Tomorrow's Parties will present the third UK I'll Be Your Mirror event.

Tickets Available On The Door - £60 cash

Saturday 4th May sees the long awaited return of New York's mighty Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who will play their first London headline show in four years. The band will be personally handpicking the line-up for their day...

Line-up So Far...

4th May - Curated by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Yeah Yeah Yeahs (London exclusive)
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion!
The Locust
Black Lips
The Field
J.G. Thirlwell's Manorexia
Jah Shaka
Prince Rama
Big Freedia
Dirty Beaches
King Khan And The Shrines
Mick Harvey w/ guest Sophia Brous - Performing the music of Serge Gainsbourg
Anika
K Holes

DJ Jonathan Toubin


Acting as sister events to the world famous ATP Festivals which usually take place in holiday resorts, and named after the b-side to The Velvet Underground's original All Tomorrow's Parties 7" single, I'll Be Your Mirror is a series of artist curated music, film and art events taking place in cities worldwide. Previous London events were curated by Portishead and Mogwai respectively, with the events featuring amazing performances from acts such as PJ Harvey, Grinderman, Slayer, Afghan Whigs, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and winning an industry award for sound quality. To check out a shot promo video of footage from previous years click here.

"As an attempt to recolonise the space with the spirit of rock and roll, "I'll Be Your Mirror" festival can be considered a resounding success." - Sunday Telegraph

"Like a cooler Meltdown festival." - Evening Standard


ATP are bringing to the venue a cinema, DJs, excellent food vendors, adding extra bars (including cash bars) and toilets.  I’ll Be Your Mirror continues to add to Alexandra Palace’s list of historical moments, in what promises to be another unparalleled day  of the best music, art and film in the Capital.

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult, under 5s are admitted free. Under 10s must be out of the venue by 8pm. Please make sure young children use ear protection! Doors will open at 12 noon on each day, with the event finishing at 1am each night. Yeah Yeah Yeahs will finish by 11pm.

Tickets Available On The Door - £60 cash

For any I'll Be Your Mirror (London) press or event enquiries please contact: press@atpfestival.com

ATP History:

"Perfect 10...indisputably the defining symbol of alternative sonic culture in the UK." - The Independent

All Tomorrow's Parties has been promoting festivals and concerts throughout the world for more than 10 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 Simpsons creator Matt Groening, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Mike Patton, My Bloody Valentine, Portishead, Sonic Youth, Slint, and Tortoise. In 2011 ATP launched a new series of curated city-based events called I'll Be Your Mirror, which have so far taken place in London, Tokyo, New York, Asbury Park, with the festival debuting this February in Melbourne.

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's been called 'Unforgettable' by Spin and 'the most enjoyable festival experience of our reporter's life' by Pitchfork. It has spawned an acclaimed concert series (Don't Look Back), a record label (ATP Recordings), and the release of 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