All Tomorrow’s Parties is a leftfield indie soiree, which is essentially a liver version of the curator’s record collection. This time around the fans will select half of the acts they want to see perform, while ATP organisers will pick the second half.
So expect experimental artists, unknown acts and some unique sounds over the weekend. There will be two stages full of live music as well as bars and DJs rocking from mid-afternoon until dawn.
The three-day festival will be held at Butlins holiday camp in Minehead which means revellers get to kip in self-catering chalets. They can also take advantage of the indoor swimming pool, mini-golf, go-karting, restaurants and supermarket onsite.
Chalets can be booked for 4-8 people sharing.