The All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0 festival, to have been curated by Drive Like Jehu and take place in Wales later this week, has been cancelled. The festival stated the late cancellation was due to lack of financial viability (moving the event from Prestatyn to Manchester was considered though). The event would have featured John Cale of the Velvet Underground, Metz, The Gories, the King Khan and BBQ Show, King Khan and the Shrines, Wire, Hot Snakes, and Mission Of Burma and others.
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