NEWS: further line-up additions for All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0 curated by Stewart Lee

NEWS: further line-up additions for All Tomorrow’s Parties 2.0 curated by Stewart Lee

Location: Pontins, Prestatyn
Dates: 15th – 17th April 2016

The first of this year’s much awaited All Tomorrow’s Parties 2.0‘s events to be held at the Pontin’s Prestatyn Holiday Park on the North Wales coast has announced further additions to what is already a most diverse and thrilling line-up in the very best of ATP traditions.

Now joining Roky Erickson – who will be performing the music of his pioneering, late 60’s psychedelic rock band 13th Floor Elevators – the Sun Ra Arkestra and, on their farewell tour, Giant Sand at the head of an incredible bill will be This Is Not This Heat. In the band’s name, Charles Bullen and Charles Hayward, as founding members of This Heat, may well be marking the distinction between past and present but will still be reinterpreting the music of those experimental rockers from the 1970s.

Post-punk perennials and arguably the greatest band of all time The Fall will also be making the trip to Prestatyn on the third weekend in April, as will the passionate activist and all-round Welsh star Charlotte Church who will be presenting her Late Night Pop Dungeon in the event’s wee small hours.

Full details of All Tomorrow’s Parties 2.0 curated by the English comedian Stewart Lee can be obtained here

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