Grizzly Bear move I'll Be Your Mirror festival to November

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs day of the event will still take place in May

Grizzly Bear move I'll Be Your Mirror festival to November

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The Grizzly Bear curated day of this year's I'll Be Your Mirror event in London – which is being put on by ATP - has moved to November 2.

The festival was originally due to take place on May 5, but has been pushed forwards six months after two of the planned headliners pulled out. Tickets will be valid for the new show and refunds are available.

ATP released a statement saying: "Rather than putting on a day that isn't worthy of our headliners and of the standard of ATP events, ATP and Grizzly Bear have decided that rather than cancelling, their show will be moved to Saturday November 2nd… We will be announcing the full revised line-up and venue details in June. Look out for some very exciting news when we do!!"

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' day of the I'll Be Your Mirror event will take place on May 4 as planned. Yeah Yeah Yeahs will perform alongside Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Black Lips, Mick Harvey performing the music of Serge Gainsbourg, Dirty Beaches, Prince Rama, The Locust, The Field, Big Freedia and more.

To check the availability of Yeah Yeah Yeahs tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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