Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening to curate music festival

The cartoonist takes over ATP in May, alongside Pavement

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Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening is to curate an All Tomorrow’s Parties festival weekend next May, it has been announced on Tuesday (October 13).

Animator Groening is the second curator confirmed for May’s two weekends, the other being Pavement who were announced last week.

Groening will curate the music across the weekend of May 7-9, while Pavement are in charge of the following weekend May 14-16.

No bands have yet to be announced for either festival, but Groening has previously curated ATP in Long Beach – at which artists such as Sonic Youth and Cat Power appeared.

For more details about ATP and to buy tickets (Matt Groening-curated event goes on sale October 16 at 9am) see Atpfestival.com

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