RELOCATES TO PIER 36 IN NEW YORK CITY
Pier 36 was the intended home for I’ll Be Your Mirror beginning in 2013 – but due to unavoidable logistical concerns (along with a lack of available fan accommodations in Asbury Park), ATP has decided to move there for this year’s event.
Pier 36 is a new indoor venue sitting on the edge of the East River between the Manhattan & Williamsburg Bridges – it’s outside area boasts glorious views of Brooklyn and the Statue of Liberty.
Louis CK, Sharon Van Etten, Reigning Sound and Factory Floor will not be available to perform at the new location. All other previously announced artists will perform as originally scheduled. New additions to the festival include: Philip Glass & Tyondai Braxton, Janeane Garofalo, Lightning Bolt, Lee Ranaldo, Chavez, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, The Album Leaf, Kurt Braunohler, Afterhours, Joseph Arthur,The Psychic Paramount, Braids, Tall Firs, Blanck Mass, Endless Boogie, Demdike Stare and DJ Jonathan Toubin with more to be added to all three days – see below for the confirmed lineup.
The Saturday night of this year’s festival will be headlined by The Afghan Whigs (who have reunited after a 13 year hiatus) and curated by their frontman Greg Dulli, with ATP curating the Friday and Sunday nights.
Tickets are on sale now priced at $199 for the Weekend, with Day Passes also newly available priced at $60 for Friday & $75 for Saturday/Sunday.
Click here to see this listing in our festival guide
Friday 21st curated by ATP:
Saturday 22nd curated by Greg Dulli:
Sunday 23rd curated by ATP:
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