Company assures ticket holders there's 'nothing to panic or worry about'
Promoters All Tomorrow’s Parties have assured ticket holders that all scheduled and future events will go ahead, despite reports that the company has gone into liquidation.
ATP Concerts LTD, who put on the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in the UK, USA and Australia and also I’ll Be Your Mirror events and stand-alone gigs, is in liquidation, the The Stool Pigeon reports, and a meeting of the company’s creditors was held on June 28.
A statement on ATP’s Twitter feed, which was repeated to NME via email, reads:
To address the rumours going around, there are some changes currently happening within the company, however none of the currently scheduled events or future events will be affected. To reaffirm, there’s nothing to panic or worry about, all future shows definitely going ahead, more info to follow.
The report also states that, to manage the forthcoming events, a new company called Willwal Ltd was set up on May 31.
All Tomorrow’s Parties was founded by Barry Hogan in 1999. The National are set to curate the next UK festival at Camber Sands Holiday Camp, which will run from December 7-9.