ATP Adds Sufjan, Super Furry

FIRST U.S. SUFJAN STEVENS PERFORMANCE IN TWO YEARS

Super Furry Animals
The 2nd Annual ATP New York Festival, taking place September 11-13 at Kutshers Country Club in Monticello, New York, has added the following artists to this year's All Tomorrow's Parties lineup: Sufjan Stevens, Crystal Castles, Super Furry Animals, Shellac, Circulatory System, Grouper, Boris, Low Lows and Oneida Presents the Ocropolis.

Last year's festival was co-curated by My Bloody Valentine, and this year's Fest will be co-curated by The Flaming Lips.

The full line-up so far for this intimate, wholly unique fest (capacity limited to just 2800 people) is as follows:

Friday
The Jesus Lizard
Iron and Wine
Don't Look Back: Dirty Three Performing Ocean Songs
Don't Look Back: Suicide Performing First LP
Don't Look Back: The Feelies Performing Crazy Rhythms
Don't Look Back: The Drones Performing Wait Long By The River
Comedy Stage -Hosted and curated by David Cross

Saturday (curated by ATP)
Animal Collective
Panda Bear
Sufjan Stevens
Deerhunter
Melvins
Shellac
Boss Hog
Autolux
Dead Meadow
EL-P
Anti-Pop Consortium
Circulatory System
Autolux
Atlas Sound
Akron/Family
Grouper
Sleepy Sun
Bridezilla

Sunday (curated by The Flaming Lips)
The Flaming Lips
Boredoms perform 9 drummer BOADRUM
No Age perform Husker Du
Caribou perform as Caribou Vibration Ensemble
Deerhoof with Martha Colburn
Crystal Castles
Super Furry Animals
Boris
Low Lows
Oneida Presents the Ocropolis

Limited single day tickets now on sale. Friday single day pass is $75 + booking fee Saturday or Sunday single day passes are $95 + booking fee. Weekend passes are $235 + booking fee. Tickets and full information available here.

http://atpfestival.com/

[Published on: 7/13/09]

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