Yeah Yeah Yeahs, 808 State, and The Fall, for Camden Crawl

plus The Maccabees, Hot Leg, The Big Pink, The View, and more

published: Mon 23rd Mar 2009

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Friday 24th to Saturday 25th April 2009
venues in Camden, London, NW1 0NE, England MAP
2-day £54.81; £32.79 for either Friday only, Saturday sold out
last updated: Thu 16th Apr 2009

Yeah Yeah Yeahs, 808 State, and The Fall, are amongst the latest acts added to the Camden Crawl line-up.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs


The Fall
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Hockey, The Virgins, Capital, Dinosaur Pile Up, Django Django, Jouis, Little Death, Openroom, and Royal Treatment Plant have all been added to the line-up for Friday 24th April.

New additions for Saturday 25th April include 808 State, The Fall, The Maccabees, Hot Leg, The View, Eugene McGuinness, Innerpartysystem, The Shitty Limits, and Xrabit & DMG$.

The line-up for both days now includes The Big Pink, Kitty Daisy & Lewis, The Cordelier Club, The Invisible, and S.C.U.M..

Camden Crawl returns over the weekend Friday 24th and Saturday 25th April, 2009, and will host over 150 acts to entertain 'Crawlers' in over 40 venues in Camden, London over the two days.

The acts confirmed for 2009 include Echo and the Bunnymen, An Experiment On A Bird In The Air Pump, Bleech, BLK JKS, Dan Black, Drums Of Death, Fight Like Apes, General Fiasco, Hexe, I Blame Coco, It Hugs Back, Jim Jones, Josh Weller, Little Comets, Man Like Me, Peggy Sue, Pulled Apart By Horses, S.C.U.M., The Barker Band, The Chapman Family, The Computers, The King Blues, The Temper Trap, Three Trapped Tigers, Sparks, and Von Bondies. For the line-up details as available please click here.

The 2009 Crawl will, in addition to its line-up of live music acts, also feature an array of interactive daytime activities and cutting edge performances across the arts, including comedy with Underbelly & Falling Down With Laughter, visual art, arts & crafts, spoken word with Apples & Snakes, Bloody Awful Poetry, and Bookslam, speed hating, bingo & quizzes, short films, speed hating, spoken word, karauke - you sing they play ukulele, theatre, and more.

The programme kicks off from midday on Friday until the early hours of Sunday. Upon arrival each ticket holder will be presented with an all-access wristband, programme guide, timetable and a free download album.

Tickets are priced at £54.81 for 2 day passes, or £32.79 for either the Friday or the Saturday. There was a 10% early bird discount available for first 1000 2 day passes sold which has now finished.

To buy tickets, click here.

Friday 24th to Saturday 25th April 2009
venues in Camden, London, NW1 0NE, England MAP
2-day £54.81; £32.79 for either Friday only, Saturday sold out
last updated: Thu 16th Apr 2009


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