British edition of All Tomorrow’s Parties festival is moving out from Butlin’s holiday camp in Minehead, Somerset, to its original location at Camber Sands. According to a statement at ATP website, the decision was made after Butlins authorities made their minds to end the six-year relationship with the festival.
“Butlins have decided to end their six year relationship with the festival”, the statement goes, “In reaction to this ATP will move The National’s event to our original home – the recently refurbished Pontins holiday camp in Camber Sands – on the same dates this December.”
According to that announcement, all the initial ticket bookings still remain valid. Those who might no longer want or be able to attend the festival can get refunds until the end of June. Visit Pontins holiday camp’s official website for detailed information about the accommodation and venues. As of the ticket availability, the last ones will go on sale on June 7.
This year’s ATP festival in UK will take place from December 7 to December 9 and is curated by The National, who’ll also be playing at the event. The list of confirmed acts so far includes Kronos Quartet, The Antlers, Deerhoof, Kurt Vile And The Violators, Stars Of The Lid and many others.Visit festival’s official website for more information.