ATP Curated by The National 2012

Dec 07 - Dec 09 2012

East Sussex, London (Pontins)

ATP’s annual December festival will be curated & headlined by The National — performing their only UK show of 2012. In total the lineup will feature 40 live acts playing across the weekend on three indoor stages with a total festival capacity of just 5500 people. The event will also feature DJs, a cinema chosen by The National, and a book club curated by The National.

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