Les Savy Fav to play live at ATP film screenings

Shows will follow screenings of 'All Tomorrow's Parties' film

Les Savy Fav to play live at ATP film screenings
Les Savy Fav are set for a series of UK gigs this October, playing live at screenings of the 'All Tomorrow's Parties' film across the country (click below to watch a trailer for the documentary about the indie festival).

The New York-based rockers play four live dates as part of the shows. Gravenhurst and Team Brick will also play live at selected screenings.

The 'All Tomorrow's Parties' screenings and gigs will take place at:

Hull, Adelphi (Gravenhurst) (October 15)
Manchester, Deaf Institute (Les Savy Fav) (23)
Glasgow, ABC 2 (Les Savy Fav) (24)
Brighton, Duke Of York (music tbc) (24)
London, Forum (Les Savy Fav) (26)
Leeds, TJ's Woodhouse Club (Les Savy Fav) (27)
Bristol, Watershed (Team Brick) (28)


To check the availability of All Tomorrow's Parties tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.



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