THE PARTY'S OVER (WELL, ONE OF THEM)

The likes Aphex Twin and The Fall will only have to play once...

THE PARTY'S OVER (WELL, ONE OF THEM)
ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES in 2003 has moved back to just one weekend.

This year's festival at Camber Sands, which was curated by Shellac, took place with similar line-ups over two consecutive weekends.

ATP 2003, curated by Warp Records group Autechre, was also provisionally booked for two weekends - March 28-30 and April 4-6.

However, the event will now only take place on the weekend of April 4-6.

According to the Warp Records website, the decision has been made to make it "more focused". Fans who bought tickets for the March weekend can get a refund, or switch their tickets.

Next year's event will see appearances from Aphex Twin, [a][/a] and Jim O' Rourke, amongst others.

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