Photos: Day 2 of “All Tomorrow’s Parties”

“The Roots” perform Saturday night at “All Tomorrow’s Parties. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

We have more photos this afternoon from All Tomorrow’s Parties — “I’ll Be Your Mirror” taking place at Pier 36, at the end of Montgomery Street.  Last night’s highlights included The Roots, the Afghan Whigs (frontman Greg Dulli co-curated the festival) and Swedish folk singer Jose Gonzales.  Photographer Bahram Foroughi has been covering ATP for The Lo-Down. Have a look at Saturday night on the East River.

“The Roots” at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

“The Roots” at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

“The Roots” at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

The “Afghan Whigs” at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

The “Afghan Whigs” at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

The “Afghan Whigs” at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

Jose Gonzales at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

Jose Gonzales at ATP. Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

Photo by Bahram Foroughi.

There’s one more day of the ATP festival.  You can purchase a day pass at the festival gates, located at Pier 36 (Montgomery Street).  Here’s the lineup:

Stage 1:

Blanck Mass – 2.15pm-3.00pm
Tall Firs – 3.45pm-4.30pm
The Album Leaf – 5.15pm-6.00pm
Lee Ranaldo (full band set) – 6.45pm-7.30pm
The Make-Up – 8.15pm-9.00pm
Godspeed You! Black Emperor – 9.45pm-11.45pm
Demdike Stare – 12.15am-1.00am

Stage 2:

Quintron & Miss Pussycat – 1.45pm-2.30pm
Braids – 3.00pm-3.45pm
The Magic Band – 4.30pm-5.15pm
Thee Oh Sees – 6.00pm-6.45pm
Autolux – 7.30pm-8.15pm
Hot Snakes – 9.00pm-9.45pm

Queen Of Hearts Boat:

Book Club with Laphams Quarterly w/ special guest Julie Klausner, discussing ‘Play It As It Lays’ – 3.00pm
Rock & Pop Quiz w/ Lord Sinclair – 5.00pm

Films On Queen Of Hearts:

Lonesome – 1.00pm
Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me (work in progess cut) – 2.15pm
The Royal Tenenbaums – 4.15pm
Eating Raoul – 6.30pm
(Film To Be Announced At Event) – 8.15pm
Harold & Maude – 10.45pm

+ DJ Jonathan Toubin

 

You can see more of Bahram Foroughi’s work on his web site and Flickr page. Photos may not be re-used without permission.

 

 

  • K

    Really it looks lovely. But living in the building across the st was torture. How the permits could have been given for such late hours in such a residential neighborhood is beyond me. I am sure this wouldn’t have happened on the the UES. Not sleeping was not lovely. I wonder if they play more basketball or do more keeping residents up at night at “basketball” city.