August 16, 2010 19:19

Godspeed You! Black Emperor add Tindersticks to Nightmare Before Christmas line-up

December festival will also feature 'Weird Al' Yankovic, Deerhoof and Mike Watt

Godspeed You! Black Emperor add Tindersticks to Nightmare Before Christmas line-up
Tindersticks, Throbbing Gristle and The Sadies are among the final additions to the line-up for the Godspeed You Black Emperor-curated ATP festival this December.

They join the likes of Deerhoof, 'Weird Al' Yankovic, White Magic and Mike Watt on the bill for The Nightmare Before Christmas event, which runs from December 3-5. The festival takes place at Butlins in Minehead.

Other acts that have been added to the line-up are Yomul Yuk and Dreamcatcher.

The full line-up for ATP's The Nightmare Before Christmas is:

Godspeed You! Black Emperor
'Weird Al' Yankovic
Throbbing Gristle
The Sadies
Yomul Yuk
Bardo Pond
The Ex
The Dead C
Black Dice
Francisco Lopez
Tim Hecker
Mike Watt
Scout Niblett
Wolves In The Throne Room
Marissa Nadler
Josephine Foster (Solo)
White Magic
Daniel Higgs (Lungfish)
Boban I Marko Markovic Orchestra
Charlemagne Palestine
Country Teasers
Daniel Menche
Maher Shalal
Hash Baz
Corsano Duo
Keiji Haino
Bruce McClure
Berg Sans Nipple
Sick Llama
Oneida Presents The Ocropolis
Hanged Up With Tony Conrad
Thee Oh Sees
Matana Roberts
Land Of Kush
Philip Jeck
John Butcher
Yomul Yuk
The Sadies

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