The National

The National

ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES curated by THE NATIONAL
December 7th-9th 2012 at Butlins Holiday Centre, Minehead, UK

ATP are extremely excited to announce our annual December festival, this year the three day event at Butlins, Minehead will be curated & headlined by Cincinnati, Ohio’s THE NATIONAL – performing their only UK show of 2012.

Since their formation in 1999, The National have grown organically from indie cult heroes in their early years, to creating truly stunning LPs such as the amazing Alligator and Boxer, and more recently with the success of High Violet deservedly achieving crossover success to become one of the most acclaimed bands on the planet. Much of this success is based on their incredible live shows – ATP are very excited that the band have accepted our invitation to headline and to curate an exciting supporting bill featuring many of their favourite artists.

Today we can announce the first fantastic group of artists for the line-up:

The National
Kronos Quartet
The Antlers
Owen Pallett
Boris
Tim Hecker
Sharon Van Etten
My Brightest Diamond
Wye Oak
Lower Dens
Megafaun
Suuns
Dark Dark Dark
Buke and Gase

In total the line-up will feature 40 live acts playing across the weekend on three indoor stages with a total festival capacity of just 5500 people. The event will also feature DJs until late, Cinema chosen by The National, Book Club curated by The National, and much more! All tickets include accommodation in private apartments for you and your friends – tickets must be booked in groups of 2-7 people, see ‘About The Venue’ below for more details.

Tickets for All Tomorrow’s Parties curated by The National are priced at £170.00pp for room only apartments and £180.00pp for self catered apartments, and go on sale this Friday 20 January at 2pm via www.Gigantic.com and http://www.atpfestival.com

For more details, please visit the ATP website.

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