January 3, 2003 12:59

TOMORROW'S PEOPLE!

The likes of The Breeders and Wire sign up for the event...

TOMORROW'S PEOPLE!
...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, Breeders and WIRE are amongst the first acts confirmed for the LA leg of ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES.

The festival is being curated by 'The Simpsons'’ creator Matt Groening, and is currently scheduled to take place at UCLA's Royce Hall (June 18-19).

More dates will be added, with other bands that have signed up for the event including Yo La Tengo, the Fall, Neko Case, the Boredoms, Jah Wobble and The Melvins.

A second US ATP will take place in New York in September, with Stephen Malkmus overseeing the event.

The UK ATP takes place at Camber Sands from April 4 – 6, curated by Autechre. Acts announed for the UK include Public Enemy, Aphex Twin, Cannibal Ox and The Fall.

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