Iggy And The Stooges added to Matt Groening-curated ATP

Line up for 'The Simpsons' creator's festival expands

Iggy And The Stooges added to Matt Groening-curated ATP
Iggy And The Stooges have been added to the line up of Matt Groening's ATP Weekend, which takes place at Butlins in Minehead on May 7-9.

Groening, who created The Simpsons, has also added Coco Rosie, Thee Oh Sees and Juana Molina to the line-up. Other confirmed acts include Deerhunter, The Raincoats and Panda Bear.

The line up for Matt Groening's ATP Weekend, so far, is:

Iggy And The Stooges
Coco Rosie
Built To Spill
James Chance And Les Contortions
Panda Bear
Deerhunter
Daniel Johnston
The Residents
Boredoms Performing Boadrum
The Raincoats
Broadcast
Thee Oh Sees
Juana Molina
Lightning Dust
Konono N °1
Toumani Diabate
Danielson
James Blackshaw
Amadou And Mariam
Shonen Knife
Ruins (Solo)
Viv Albertine's Limerence
Anni Rossi


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