BEAK PLAY NORTH AMERICA
LEVITATION RETURNS TO TEXAS
Lord Sinclair's Rock N' roll Bingo and mini pop quiz...With Darts!
TONIGHT! Meatbodies play London's The 100 Club! Get down early to catch shame + Grimm Grimm in support.
John Cale, Laetitia Sadier, and many more
ATP are honoured to announce that John Cale, founding member of one most influential rock bands of all time, will perform at both All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0 festivals this April.
New additions also include the influential, instrumental trio Dirty Three, experimentalists This Is Not This Heat, international icon Omar Souleyman, Montreal’s Suuns – as well as excellent Icelandic acts such as Valdimar, Kimono, and Muck.
We'd like to apologise for the delay in releasing further details about this event. After discussions with Pontins for 22-25th April weekend, we had planned to run the festival as a shared occupancy of the site - something which is common practice at the holiday camp for smaller capacity events. However, it has now been decided by the management at Pontins that they do not feel it is possible to have ATP festival attendees onsite alongside those customers who are there for a regular family break.
Wolf People and Guy Blakeslee (of The Entrance Band) to support Black Mountain in London
Added as supports over our upcoming Roky Erickson and Sleep shows
ADSL Camels added as support to Autolux London show
Drive Like Jehu add Claw Hammer, Wau Y Los Arrrghs, and Gary Wilson & The Blind Dates to their ATP Festival lineup
The Fall, This Is Not This Heat, Giant Sand, Charlotte Church, Josie Long and more added to Stewart Lee's ATP Festival lineup
Drive Like Jehu add The Ex, Quintron and Miss Pussycat, and PyPy to their ATP Festival lineup
Drive Like Jehu add Rocket From The Crypt, Metz, Omar Souleyman, Nueva Vulcano, and Dan Sartain to their ATP Festival lineup
New London dates for Autolux and The Blind Shake
Drive Like Jehu add Hot Snakes, Wire, Diamanda Galás, The Kids, and Mrs Magician to their ATP Festival lineup
Drive Like Jehu add Flamin Groovies, Holly Golightly, Martin Rev, The Spits, and The Schizophonics to their ATP Festival lineup
New UK dates for John Carpenter, Boredoms, and Ought