Set on the seaside location of Pontins in Prestatyn in North Wales, All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0 curated by Drive Like Jehu has announced the initial additions to the April event lineup, of which will include appearances from The Gories, King Khan and The Shrines (and BBQ Show), and Mission of Burma, among others.

Visual artist and former ATP curator Jake Chapman, on the news, writes; "The fans will undoubtedly notice the beautiful seaside location, the picturesque beaches with a backdrop of rolling sand dunes, high wind and churning sea. They will travel the last few miles by minicab or bus, enter the camp, pass-by the Water Walkerz, the Crazy Golf – they will find their allocated chalets, unpack, perhaps watch a little ATP TV. They might even elect to go to the cinema to watch one of the many films especially selected for their amusement. But when the music starts we will all move en masse through the arcades."

Those amenities Chapman speaks of are included in the location for attendees, and was a huge reason why they chose Pontins in Prestatyn. Festival organizers detailed the extra goodies, which includes an "indoor swimming pool, football pitch, basketball and tennis courts, a crazy golf course, go-kart track, air hockey, a large arcade games area, and a beautiful sandy beachfront only a few hundred metres walk away."

The latest additions are as follows:

Drive Like Jehu, The Gories, The Monkeywrench, King Khan and The Shrines, Soulside performing Hot Bodi-Gram, Mission Of Burma, The El Vez Punk Rock Revue, The King Khan and BBQ Show, The Blind Shake, Betunizer.

The event takes place April 22nd-24th at Pontins in Prestatyn, North Wales. Tickets are on sale now.