You and three friends could win a four person chalet and tickets to ATP this November to see the likes of Television, Dinosaur Jr. and Low.
All Tomorrow's Parties was one of the first ‘boutique’ festivals, taking place in the unusual setting of a seaside holiday camp, featuring unique line-ups curated by artists such as My Bloody Valentine & Portishead and also providing attendees with accommodation alongside the bands performing. The festival has set itself apart from large corporate events by staying intimate and fan-friendly. Two special festivals in November at Camber Sands named 'The End Of An Era' will be their last UK Holiday Camp events.
All the tickets for Weekend 1 are now sold, making Weekend 2 (on sale now from atpfestival.com and headlined by Loop, Mogwai and Slint) the last chance fans have to buy tickets for this very special festival. However one lucky winner will get tickets and a four person chalet at the sold out Weekend 1.
For your chance to win, just answer the question below. Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at midnight on September 23 2013.
You haven't 'done' Soho until you've been to a gig at The Borderline, simple as. This much-loved venue with a loyal audience has given a platform to countless bands and artists throughout its long history – stretching back over 20 years – and is still going strong today, showcasing both new and revered talent. Head in for a gig on any given day and you could find yourself moshing to rock and metal, getting busy on the dancefloor at an indie club night or perhaps soaking up the sweet tone of a folk, blues or Americana singer-songwriter. It can get a little cramped when the 275-ish capacity fills up, but that's all the better for creating an intimate atmospherewhere between artist and audience, and means you won't have to worry about elbowing your way to the front past thousands of people. A Soho musical institution. We were there when The Borderline reopened in March 2017:
Venue says: “Join us for live music up to seven nights a week (check our listings), plus late club events every Friday and Saturday night until 4am.”