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The Camden Crawl returns with a fresh look, new dates and new acts for the 2014 edition of the renowned event set to take place on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st June throughout London’s NW1 & NW5 postcodes.
More than 25 venues spanning the two mile stretch of NW1 will play host to over 250 live artists, DJs and specialist fringe events throughout the festival. Each evening’s schedule will consist of a varied mix of the best emerging live music talent programmed by the UK’s most prolific independent live music promoters .
The programme of events will commence early evening and run well into the wee hours with DJ and Club events spattered across the festival’s venues both dates. Tickets are to be exchanged for wristbands which allow unlimited entry to each of the participating venues and events as individual capacities permit. Ticket price also includes lanyard programme guide and 2014 compilation album.
The Camden Crawl event has traditionally been seen as one of the opening parties of the summer festival scene, with origins that can be traced back to the first Crawl back in 1995.
The urban location of this event is great for those who love festivals without the mud, Pubs, food-stalls and shops provide the essentials.
Some of Camden’s iconic venues provide the backdrop including ELECTRIC BALLROOM ,THE GRAFTON ,JAZZ CAFÉ, KOKO and the ROUNDHOUSE .
For more information about the event , visit the Camden Crawl website here
1A Camden High Street, Camden, NW1 7JE
Situated in a building that in its time been a music hall, cinema and BBC theatre, it was not until the 1970s that it became known as a live music venue.
Known for rock music in the 70s, new Romantics in the early 80s it subsequently became an indie club.
Refurbished in 2004 it still attracts an indie and alternative pop crowd in one of the London’s most interesting venues.
For more information , visit the KOKO website here