June 20, 2009 13:16

All Tomorrow's Parties announce new festival

Explosions In The Sky, Shellac, Tortoise for December bash

All Tomorrow's Parties announce new festival
A new festival for December has been announced to celebrate 10 years of the All Tomorrow's Parties festivals

10 Years Of ATP will take place on December 11-13, the weekend after ATP: Nightmare Before Christmas, which is to be curated by My Bloody Valentine (December 4-6) at Butlins Minehead.

Past festival curators and ATP recording artists will all be playing the new festival, with Explosions In The Sky, Shellac, Tortoise and Deerhoof all scheduled to perform.

For £100 per person, ticket holders for both or either of the ATP festivals can stay at Butlins Minehead for the four nights between the two weekends (December 7-10).

The Crazy Horse bar will be open throughout the week and ATP will be putting on bands and entertainment.

The 10 Years Of ATP line up so far is:

Explosions in the Sky
Dirty Three
Shellac
Tortoise
Melvins
Mudhoney
The For Carnation
Papa M
Deerhoof
F**k Buttons
The Drones
Sleepy Sun
Bardo Pond


Tickets go on general sale June 22.

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

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