FLYING LOTUS, ARCHERS OF LOAF, NO AGE + more for
Nightmare Before Christmas
curated by Battles, Caribou & Les Savy Fav
9th-11th December 2011 at Butlins Holiday Centre, Minehead, UK
ATP's second festival weekend for December 2011 at Butlins, Minehead is the Nightmare Before Christmas - this year curated by three of the most stunning live acts on the planet - Battles, Caribou and Les Savy Fav! As previously announced each band will headline and choose a line-up of 14 artists for one day of the festival. Today we can confirm the first of their choices...
Les Savy Fav who headline and curate 9th December have chosen:
ARCHERS OF LOAF (reformed - first UK show in over ten years!)
Battles who headline and curate 10th December have chosen:
THE PSYCHIC PARAMOUNT
Caribou who headline and curate 11th December have chosen:
THE EX with GETACHEW MEKURIA
In total the line-up will feature 45 live acts playing across the weekend on three indoor stages with a total festival capacity of around 5500 people. The event also includes DJs, Cinema and much more. All tickets include accommodation in private apartments for you and your friends, see 'About The Venue' below for more details. Instalment tickets are available allowing you to pay some of your ticket price now and the rest by the end of August - this scheme ends soon, see our website for details.
Tickets for Nightmare Before Christmas are priced at £170.00pp for room only & £180.00pp for self catering - on sale now via www.atpfestival.com
There will be another ATP Festival weekend running 2nd-4th December 2011 at the same location on sale now via www.atpfestival.com. This event is curated by Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel and so far the line-up includes the likes of Superchunk, The Olivia Tremor Control, The Raincoats, The Magic Band and Young Marble Giants with more to be announced next week.
An In Between Days event running between the two December festivals will be announced in the coming weeks with discounts available for those attending both weekends and those who book early.