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.

TLD Interview: Barry Hogan of “All Tomorrow’s Parties”

There are big happenings at Pier 36 on the East River this coming weekend. All Tomorrow’s Parties, the highly regarded  indie music festival is coming to the Lower East Side Friday-Sunday.  The festival, which began in Great Britain, is co-curated this year by Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs and features Frank Ocean, the Roots, Phillip Glass and many more artists.  Recently, we posed some questions to festival founder Barry Hogan about the decision he and his wife/partner (Deborah Kee Higgins) made to move an American version of the event from Asbury Park to the LES.

Frank Ocean Confirms All Tomorrow’s Parties

Frank Ocean.

The “All Tomorrow’s Parties” music festival has announced new details for its September 21-23 extravaganza at Pier 36 on the Lower East Side. Rising R&B star Frank Ocean has been confirmed for Friday night (hopefully he won’t cancel at the last minute). Ocean was picked by festival curator Greg Dulli of The Afghan Whigs.

Other confirmed artists: Hannibal Buress (joining the Friday comedy lineup) and a second performance from ex-Sonic Youth member Lee Ranaldo.  The Afghan Whigs headline on Saturday night.  There will also be performances from The Roots, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, José González, The Antlers, DJ Questlove, Charles Bradley, The Make-Up, Dirty Three, Mark Lanegan Band, Hot Snakes, Thee Oh Sees (to name a few).

The American edition of All Tomorrow’s Parties is moving from Asbury Park to Pier 36, at the end of Montgomery Street (otherwise known as Basketball City). Passes for the weekend cost $199. Some single-day tickets are available.  More info on ATP’s web site.

 

“All Tomorrow’s Parties” Comes to Lower East Side

Big news today in the music world — The Lower East Side is the new home of the American-version of “All Tomorrow’s Parties.” The highly regarded British music festival is moving from Asbury Park to Pier 36, the Basketball City facility at the end of Montgomery Street.

The festival takes place September 21-23. Afghan Whigs singer Greg Dulli is this year’s curator.  Performers include: Philip Glass with Tyondai Braxton, the Roots, Lightning Bolt, the Make-Up, Godspeed You Black Emperor, the Dirty Three and the Antlers, Chavez.