United Kingdom | 19 June 2009
All Tomorrow's Parties are set to kick their 10 year celebrations off with a second December event at Butlins.
With ATP Nightmare Before Christmas almost sold out already, organisers have decided to throw in a second winter event the following weekend from 11 - 13 December.
Explosions In The Sky, Dirty Three, Shellac and Tortoise have all be confirmed for the brand new event alongside Mudhoney, The For Carnation and Papa M.
Deerhoof, F**k Buttons, The Drones, Sleepy Sun and Bardo Pond complete the additions thus far for what will be the precursor to a whole year of ATP 10 year festivities. More curators, artists and ATP favourites are yet to be announced for the event.
Early bird tickets are reserved until 22 June for those who have bought passes to ATP Nightmare Before Christmas 2009, curated by My Bloody Valentine. These will be priced at £140 pp room only and £150 pp self catering.
As of noon on Monday 22 June, full priced tickets will be on general sale priced at £160pp room only and £170pp self catering. A few remaining early bird tickets may be available for the lucky few who get their first priced at £150pp room only and £160pp self catering
For those planning to take in both events a limited number of mid-week spaces in 4-berth, self catering apartments are available.
Click here for more information on how to book early bird passes.
Otherwise, click here to browse and buy tickets as of 10 Years of ATP as of 22nd June.
10 Years of ATP 2009 is set to take place is set to take place at the Butlins Holiday Resort in Minehead, Somerset from 11 – 13 December.
For ten years ATP has set itself apart from other festivals by embracing seemingly disparate artistic genres, with events featuring art exhibitions, cinema programmes, spoken word performances and stand up comedy.