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ATP has announced the first wave of artists for All Tomorrow’s Parties 2.0, curated by Stewart Lee. The reboot of the holiday camp festival will see Lee performing at Pontins alongside a host of underground acts new and old.
Sleaford Mods and Boredoms are given pole position on the flyer, while other highlights include The Raincoats, Shirley Collins & Ian Kearey, Wild Billy Childish, Shonen Knife, The Heads and The Necks (hopefully playing consecutively).
The festival takes place at Pontins Prestatyn, North Wales, from April 15-17, 2016. Get all the relevant information from ATP’s website.
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