All Tommorows Parties will be held, as always, at the Camber Sands Holiday Centre on the Sussex coast. Shellac, curators of this year's events, will be playing 3 times each weekend. The line-ups for each weekend (as of 13/2) will be as follows:
Weekend 1 (April 19th - 21st)
Arcwelder, Blonde Redhead, Breeders, Brick Layer Cake, Cheap Trick, Dead Moon, Do Make Say Think, The Fall, Flour, Godspeed You Black Emperor!, High Dependency Unit, Lonesome Organist, Low, Mark Robinson, Mission Of Burma, Nina Nastasia, Oxes, Plush, PW Long, Rachel's, Robbie Fulks, Shellac of North America, Shipping News,Silkworm, Smog, Three Second Kiss, Threnody Ensemble, The Upper Crust, Wire and Zeni Geva
Weekend 2 (April 26th - 28th)
Arcwelder, Bonnie Prince Billy, Breeders, Brick Layer Cake, Cheap Trick, Clint Conley's Consonant, Dead Moon, The Fall, Flour, High Dependency Unit, Low, Mark Robinson, Melt Banana, Mission Of Burma, Nina Nastasia, Oxes, Plush, PW Long, Rachel's, Robbie Fulks, Shellac of North America, Shipping News, Silkworm, The Ex-Orkestra, The New Year, Threnody Ensemble, The Upper Crust, Wire and Zeni Geva.
The following acts have yet to confirm which weekend they will be playing: Dianogah, Danielson Famille and Shannon Wright. The claim is that there is a good chance that they all will be playing both weekends...
People who have bought tickets for the to see a specific band who are now playing the wrong weekend should contact the outlet they purchased through ASAP. If you purchased tickets from the ATP site should email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will organise everything to swap your tickets over, but you must get in contact ASAP
Tickets are still available online at www.alltomorrowsparties.co.uk priced at £100.00 for a weekend pass to include 3 nights accommodation, entry to all the concerts and facilities on site and will include a free cd to each ticket holder.
This year the license for the bars has been extended to 07:00. Please note the ticket price is set and there will be no refundable damages deposit.
Steve Albini's take on ATP? "There are three things in the world that I endorse: Abbey Road Studios; Nutter Butter Sandwich Cookies; and All Tomorrow's Parties".