ATP 2.0, curated by Drive Like Jehu, will now take place at Manchester's Victoria Warehouse.
A press release states: "Please note that all ticket holders who have purchased chalets will be provided with accommodation at hotels in close proximity to the new venue, and ATP have contacted ticket buyers individually to advise on these changes on a case by case basis, assisting with transport changes where necessary. If you are an Drive Like Jehu ATP ticket holder and have not yet received contact from ATP, please firstname.lastname@example.org."
Speaking about the venue change, Victoria Warehouse owner James Cohen says: "The beauty of the Victoria Warehouse is the flexibility of the space creating both intimate and expansive areas, which allow us to create an ideal setting for hosting indoor music festivals. The sheer raw industrial feel of the buildings which have kept many of its original features, mirrors ATP Festival’s ethos of originality and independence. We look to forward to hosting ATP’s debut event at our venue and building a long standing relationship which such an iconic brand.”
All tickets for the original venue remain valid.
Earlier this month, ATP were forced to issue a statement following rumours that their upcoming April events had been cancelled.
Stewart Lee's ATP event is unaffected, and will go ahead at Pontin's Prestatyn, North Wales.
Day splits have also been revealed:
Friday 22 April
King Khan and The Shrines
Soulside performing Hot Bodi-Gram
Mission Of Burma
Saturday 23 April
Rocket From The Crypt
Martin Rev (of Suicide)
The King Khan and BBQ Show
Gary Wilson & The Blind Dates
Quintron & Miss Pussycat
Sunday 24 April
Drive Like Jehu
Flamin Groovies with Roy Loney
The Blind Shake
The El Vez Punk Rock Revue
Wau Y Los Arrrghs