Frank Turner & more added to Camden Rocks Festival 2019

incl. Richie Ramone, The Wonder Stuff, The Professionals, Eliza And The Bear, & more

By Neil Greenway | Published: Tue 5th Feb 2019

Frank Turner

Saturday 1st to Sunday 2nd June 2019
various venues, Camden, Greater London, NW1 8AN, England MAP
currently £70 for the weekend or £40 for either day
Daily capacity: 4,000
Last updated: Thu 16th May 2019

Many more acts for across the weekend have been revealed for the eighth edition of two-day multi-venue Camden Rocks which takes place on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June 2018 in twenty venues around Camden, London, presenting rock, indie, alternative, folk and punk music.

Headlining the Saturday is Frank Turner, who is joined that day by The Professionals, Richie Ramone, Area 11, Chamberlain, Warrior Soul, Bad Touch, Adam Masterson, The Dirty Thrills, Projector, The Tip, Sweet Things, The Bottom Line, V2A, Nervus, Heavy Rapids, Queen Zee, Los Pepes, Wars, Catholic Action, Towers Of London, Jayce Lewis, The Hip Priests, Ondt Blod, River Becomes Ocean, Millie Manders and The Shutup, All Ears Avow, Karima Francis, The Estevans, Brand New Friend, VISTA KICKS, The Howlers, The Empty Page, Gold Key, Guitar Gangsters, Mercutio, Pengshui, Pretty Pistol, Via Dolorosa, Last Great Dreamers, Berries, Young Garbo, Rubber Jaw, and Bad Solution.

The new acts for the Sunday are The Wonder Stuff, Random Hand, Discharge, Eliza and The Bear, Sonic Boom Six, LOTUS EATER, Shvpes, John J Presley, Acres, The Pearl Harts, The Luka State, Bridges, White Trash, Red Method, Inklings, Sworn Amongst, KilliT, Greywind, Delaire The Liar, HAWXX, Dragster, The Kut, Kit Trigg, Ventenner, Selfworth, The Franklys, Sugarthief, Suzie Stapleton, Ravenface, Tony Goff & The Broken Colours, Tom Lumley & The Brave Liaison, Collateral, Mutant Monster, Short Stories, M A V E N, Ringo Franco, Sweet Crisis, Bengal Lancers, Die Ego, No Fit State, Natalie Shay, and Priests to Pilots.

Frank Turner says: "I (mis) spent my youth getting the train to London and the tube to Camden as fast as I could, because I knew it was the epicentre of where I wanted to be in life. As an adult I've lived in and around Camden, and now I'm at the Camden Rocks Festival. It feels like exactly the right place for me to be, it feels like home. I can't wait."

Richie Ramone says: "We are very excited to return to Camden for the coolest festival in my favorite part of London. With all the history this area has to offer, as well as a great weekend of live music, why would you want to be anywhere else. This is one party not to be missed!"

Miles Hunt from The Wonder Stuff says: "It's been a very long time since we played such an intimate venue and are really looking forward to it."

These join acts including Ash, Ratboy, New Model Army, Wheatus, Carl Barat, Ginger Wildheart, Milk Teeth, Pretty Vicious, Raging Speedhorn, Angelic Upstarts, The Virginmarys, The Last Internationale, Bang Bang Romeo, REWS, Annabel Allum, Big Boy Bloater and the LiMiTs, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, Loathe, Soeur, Rascalton, and many more, with a total over 400 bands in 20 venues. For the details as available please see the line-up page.

Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £70 for the weekend, or £40 for either day. 

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Camden Rocks Festival is an over 18's event.


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