The fest takes place once again at Kutsher’s Country Club in Monticello, New York.
Friday night will feature performances by The Jesus Lizard and Iron and Wine. There will also be a number of Don’t Look Back shows with The Feelies showing off their 1980 album Crazy Rhythms, Suicide performing their self-titled 1977 debut, Dirty Three doing 1998’s Ocean Songs and The Drones performing 2005’s Wait Long By The River. The night will wrap up with a bunch of laughs as David Cross hosts and curates the Comedy Stage.
Saturday is being curated by ATP with artists including Animal Collective, Panda Bear, Boss Hog, Deerhunter and Bridezilla. The lineup also includes Melvins, Black Dice, Dead Meadow, Autolux, EL-P, Akron/Family, Antipop Consortium, Atlas Sound and Sleepy Sun.
The Flaming Lips will take over the fest on Sunday. Here’s what the psychedelic rockers have planned so far: The Boredoms will do their BOREDRUM thang, rocking out with nine drummers on stage, No Age will perform a Husker Du album in its entirety and Deerhoof will perform with special visuals by Martha Colburn.
Caribou will perform as Caribou Vibration Ensemble, with a 4 piece horn section, 4 drummers and a choir and special guests including Kieran Hebden, Koushik, John Schmersal, Kathryn Bint and Ahmed Gallab. Stardeath and White Dwarf will also be along for the fun.
Fans interested in attending the party should get their tickets early because the festival’s capacity is limited to only 3,000 people.
A limited number of single day tickets are on sale now with Friday tickets going for $75 plus fees and Saturday or Sunday single day passes for $95 plus fees. Weekend passes will set you pack $235 plus a booking fee.
Last year’s New York ATP was co-curated by My Bloody Valentine.
All Tomorrow’s Parties was founded in 1999 and has taken place in the U.S., U.K. and Australia. Past curators include Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Mike Patton & Melvins, Explosions In The Sky, Pitchfork Media, Portishead, Dirty Three, Sonic Youth, The Shins, Sleater-Kinney, Dinosaur Jr., Devendra Banhart, Mudhoney, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Mars Volta, Vincent Gallo, Slint, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Stephen Malkmus, Mogwai, Tortoise, Shellac, Autechre, Modest Mouse, and Simpsons’ creator Matt Groening.
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