The Mars Volta confirmed for 10 Years of ATP Festival

Portishead's Geoff Barrow will also make an appearance at the event

The Mars Volta confirmed for 10 Years of ATP Festival
The Mars Volta have been confirmed for December's 10 Years Of ATP festival.

Taking place at Butlins' Minehead resort from December 11-13, the festival also features Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Modest Mouse, The Breeders and Shellac.

Portishead's Geoff Barrow's new band BEAK are also confirmed to play the bash, which is celebrating a decade of All Tomorrow's Parties festivals.

The line-up for 10 Years Of ATP is:

Alexander Tucker and Decomposed Orchestra
Bardo Pond
Dirty Three
Explosions in the Sky
F*ck Buttons
J Mascis and the Fog
Lightning Bolt
Modest Mouse
Papa M
Sleepy Sun
Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks
Sunn O))) performing from Monoliths & Dimensions
Sunn O))) performing The GrimmRobe Demos
Tall Firs
The Breeders
The Drones
The For Carnation
The Magic Band
The Mars Volta
Yeah Yeah Yeahs

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