photo: Wire at MHOW in 2015 (more by P Squared)

We already mentioned that Drive Like Jehu were playing and curating curating the second weekend of a two-weekend, Wales-set edition of All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0 with bands like Tha Gories, King Khan, Mission of Burma and many more. Well now they've added the next round of bands to the lineup, and it includes the likes of Wire, Hot Snakes, Diamanda Galas, The Kids and Mrs. Magician, with the promise of still more to come. You can catch the whole thing from April 22-24 at Pontins, Prestatyn, North Wales.

The ATP weekend before that (April 15 - 17) at the same location is curated by British comedian/writer/director/musician Stuart Lee and features Roky Erickson, The Bevis Frond, The Raincoats, Sun Ra Arkestra, Thurston Moore, Sleaford Mods, The Ex, The Blue Aeroplanes, Richard James (of Gorky's Zygotic Mynci), and more.

Tickets for both weekends of ATP 2.0 are on sale now. Check out the full lineups for both below.


All Tomorrow's Parties

All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0 -- Weekend 1 Current Lineup
Alan Wilkinson
Bardo Pond
The Bellrays
The Bevis Frond
The Blue Aeroplanes
Carlton Melton
CTMF (Billy Childish) featuring The Dear Watson Sound
Dave Graney and the mistLY
The Ex
Ex-Easter Island Head
Evan Parker, John Edwards, John Russell & Han Bennink
The Heads
John Kirkpatrick & Trembling Bells (performing No Roses LP)
The Necks
The Nightingales
The Raincoats
Richard Dawson
Richard James (of Gorky's Zygotic Mynci)
Richard Youngs
Roky Erickson (performing the music of 13th Floor Elevators)
Shirley Collins & Ian Kearey
Shonen Knife
Sleaford Mods
Stewart Lee
Sun Ra Arkestra
Thurston Moore
Trash Kit
The Wolfhounds
Wolf People

All Tomorrow's Parties

All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0 -- Weekend 2 Current Lineup
Drive Like Jehu
Hot Snakes
Diamanda Galas
The Gories
Flamin' Groovies
The Monkeywrench
King Khan and the Shrines
Holly Golightly
Martin Rev
Mission of Burma
The Kids
The El Vez Punk Rock Revue
The Spits
The King Khan & BBQ Show
The Schizophonics
The Blind Shake
Mrs Magician

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