Completing this year's Camden Crawl musical line-up are Dry The River, Sean Nicholas Savage, Sophie, Big Deal, Thumpers, The Crookes, Nai Harvest, Youth Man, The Black Tambourines, Gang, Abjects, and Vodun.
The festival held over the Summer Solstice on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st June 2014 throughout 25 locations in London’s NW1 & NW5 postcodes hosts comedy on Saturday at two venues - upstairs at the Camden Head is 'Shambles Comedy Night' and The Grafton hosts ‘fresh Sisyphean comedy’ curated by Thom Tuck with The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society (ACMS). Comedians announced on the line-up so far include Lee Kern, Gaits Kandis, Lou Sanders, Spencer Jones, and Max Dickens.
They join ABC, Atari Teenage Riot, The Field, Mouse on Mars, Of Montreal, Steve Mason, Yuck, Adrian Crowley, Alexis Taylor, Au Revoir Simone, Blizzard, Cymbals, Dirty Beaches, Ghetts , Girls Names, Halls, Jeffrey Lewis & The JRams, Klose1, Krept & Konan, Kuedo, The KVB, Mausi, Mazes, The Oscillation, Pale Seas, Plastician, Shabazz Palaces, Tall Ships, DJ Target, Visionist, Akiine, Anneka, Autobahn, Bad Wolf, DJ Big Ted, Bird To Beast, Brawlers, Brolin, Brontide, Cattle & Cane, Claw Marks, Cocos Lovers, Crushed Beaks, Cut, Dignan Porch, The Drink, Early Ghost, Ed Dowie, Eighteen Nightmares In The Lux, Emily Rawson, The Fauns, Felt Tip, Femme, Fis, Gaps, Gnarwolves, God Damn, Grumbling Fur, Haiku Salut, Henry Blacker, Hot Feet, Jack Cheshire, Jamie Doe, Jay Prince, Joel Baker, Katie Kim, Kinnie The Explorer, Longfellow, Max Marshall, Michael A Grammar, Mickey Lightfoot, Miraculous Mule, Moon Ate The Dark, Moon Gangs, Mourning Birds, Nai Harvest, Nick Brewer, Novella, Pale Seas, Pros, Rachael Dadd, Rhiannon The Nightmare, Shopping, Shortee Blitz, Slaves, Soccer96, Society, Spit Shake Sister, Theo Verney, Thought Forms, Tout, Whistlejacket, Woahnows, and Will Varley.
For the line-up details as available please click here. The venue schedules and surprise guest appearances remaining under wraps until the event starts.
The annual quizzes at CC on Saturday afternoon include Geeks Inc Quiz and the Sounds Familiar Music Quiz, and Camden Crawlers can sample 250 live artists, DJs and specialist fringe events throughout the festival across more than 25 venues.
A 2 day pass for the Camden Crawl is priced at £45, while day tickets are priced at £26.50.
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.
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