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Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Dinosaur Jr curated event grows

Teenage Fanclub have been added to the bill for this year’s All Tomorrow’s Parties festival.

The Scots rockers join the Dinosaur Jr-curated bill on May 19, on the second weekend of the bash.

Hundred Eyes also join the party, playing on the first weekend on May 13, the day Yeah Yeah Yeahs curate.

The two weekends take place at Camber Sands Holiday Centre on consecutive weekends, which have both sold out.

Artists curating a day each this year are Mudhoney, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Devendra Banhart on the first weekend (May 12-14), and Dinosaur Jr, Sleater-Kinney and The Shins on weekend two (May 19-21).

As well as the bands, the curators will also programme DJ sets and a television channel.

The line-up is as follows:

Weekend One

Friday: Mudhoney, Black Mountain, The Scientists, The Drones, Country Teasers, Comets on Fire, David Dondero, Jon Wahl & The Amadans, Total Sound Group Direct Action Committee, The Flesh Eaters, Mark Pickerel, Holly Golightly

Saturday: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on The Radio, Ex-Models, Celebration, Blood Brothers, The Liars, Imaginary Folk, Tall Boys, Oneida, Magik Markers, Services, Zusammenn, Hundred Eyes

Sunday: Devendra Banhart, Espers, Vetiver, Bat For Lashes, The Metallic Falcons, Jana Hunter, Vashti Bunyan, Danielle Stech-Homsy, Bert Jansch, The Watts Prophets, Tarantula AD, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Jandek

Weekend Two

Friday: Dinosaur Jr, Dead Meadow, Bevis Frond, Broken Social Scene, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Lilys, Magik Markers, Eater, Herman Dune,Mt Eerie/The Microphones, Mission Of Burma, Teenage Fanclub

Saturday: Sleater Kinney, The Gossip, David Cross (MC), Spoon, The Boredoms, Lightning Bolt, Joanna Newsom, Radar Bros, The 1990’s, Edith Frost, The Fiery Furnaces, The Black Heart Procession

Sunday: The Shins, New Pornographers, The Decemberists, Clinic, Big Business, Triangle, Destroyer, The Black Keys, Dungen, Elf Power, Electrelane