TV On The Radio and Deerhunter to curate ATP's 2013 festivals - ticket details

The festivals will take place in Camber Sands on May 10-12 and June 21-23 next year

TV On The Radio and Deerhunter to curate ATP's 2013 festivals - ticket details

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TV On The Radio and Deerhunter are set to curate next May and June's ATP festivals at Pontin's Camber Sands Holiday Park.

TV On The Radio will curate the weekend running May 10-12. Of playing and putting on the event, Kyp Malone from the band said: "We are extremely honoured and excited to be curating ATP! The festival will be a jam! The party will be a success! Rock over London, rock on Camber Sands!" while Tunde Adebimpe added: "We are so excited to be doing this. We had so much fun playing ATP some years ago that to be able to come back and curate is a dream realised."

The second weekend, which takes place June 21-23, will be curated by Deerhunter, who will be playing three sets over the weekend, playing their albums 'Cryptograms' (2007), 'Microcastle' (2008) and 'Halcyon Digest' (2010) one at a time. Atlas Sound – the solo project of Deerhunter singer Bradford Cox - will also play, but the rest of the 35 band bill is yet to be announced.

Tickets for next spring/summer's ATP festivals go on sale at 10am (BST) on September 20. For more information, visit atpfestival.com.

The National are set to curate the next UK ATP festival at Camber Sands Holiday Camp, which will run from December 7-9.

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

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