Pavement to curate ATP festival in May

Reformed band announce UK comeback show

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Pavement have been confirmed to curate the All Tomorrow’s Parties Weekend taking place in May, 2010.

Pavement, who officially reunited just for a world tour on September 17 will play their first live show in the UK at ATP.

The Butlin’s Minehead event takes place over the weekend of May 14-16. No other artists have yet to be confirmed for the event.

For more details about ATP and to buy tickets (on sale October 9 at 9am) see Atpfestival.com

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