Despite the voluntary liquidation of their parent company overthe summer, the renowned left-field music festival yesterdaytweeted their 'comeback announcment.'
'Spring/Summer ATP fests return to Camber Sands in2013. Announcement coming soon - who do you think will curate?#atpfestival'
Back in July ATP issued a statement regarding the future of ATPConcerts LTD, who are responsible for festivals in the UK, USA& Australia as well as the 'I'll Be Your Mirror' events,revealing that the company went into liquidation after a meetingwith companies creditors on June 28.
The company's director Barry Hogan then released astatement at ATPfestival.com discussing the company restructure,which said:
"We have now completed a restructuring of the business of ATPConcerts Limited. This involved the Voluntary Liquidation of ATPConcerts Limited and transfer of its assets (including the rightsto the All Tomorrow's Parties festival, label, and shows) to a newcompany called Willwal Limited."
"ATP remains unwaveringly committed to hosting world classevents. Since our inception it has been our mission to providequality concerts for discerning music lovers around the world - ournumber one priority has always been the bands and the fans and wework hard, sometimes under difficult circumstances, to achieve thehighest standards possible. It is a tough climate out there, butthis restructuring will ensure that ATP is around for many moreyears to come."