King Khan, The Gories, The Monkeywrench, & more for Drive Like Jehu's ATP

first acts announced for All Tomorrows Parties 2.0 weekend 2

published: Wed 9th Dec 2015

King Khan And The Shrines

Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th April 2016
Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M17 1AB, England MAP
£100 per person
daily capacity: 5500
last updated: Fri 10th Jun 2016

The first wave of acts have been confirmed for All Tomorrow’s Parties 2.0 wknd 2 curated by Drive Like Jehu.

All Tomorrows Parties 2.0 weekend 2 is happening from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th April 2016, at Pontins, Prestatyn Holiday Centre, in North Wales and will also be home to Now their curated lineup for that fest has been released, and it features The Gories, King Khan (both with The BBQ Show and The Shrines), Mark Arm and Steve Turner's Mudhoney side project The Monkeywrench, reunited DC hardcore band Soulside (pre-Girls Against Boys) playing Hot Bodi-Gram in its entirety, King Khan & The BBQ Show, Mission of Burma, The Blind Shake, The El Vez Punk Rock Revue, Betunizer, and more to be announced.

Already set to return in November this year, ATP 2.0 festival is back due to demand from ATP’s regular fans, following on from 2000 - 2013’s succession of ATP holiday camp festivals.

Drive Like Jehu's John Reis said, "Come all ye faithful and be decapitated by guitars and trampled by goodwill. We promise complete rock n roll immersion and at its very essence a celebration of life itself. Subjecting people to our bad tastes is our deep rooted ambition. So, show up or suck eggs."

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The early bird offer has ended. Tickets on sale now at £199 per person. All tickets include a 3-day festival pass and 3 nights accommodation.



Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th April 2016
Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M17 1AB, England MAP
£100 per person
daily capacity: 5500
last updated: Fri 10th Jun 2016


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