After a brief hiatus in 2013 The Camden Crawl is back to its swaggering, audio-orgy brilliance with over 250 alternative artists playing the Midsummer weekend at 25 of NW1’s finest venues.
The new, free CC14 app is an absolute godsend. The line-up is helpfully presented by time, or by venue – and you can have a quick listen to Soundcloud tracks of the artists to make sure you know what you’re letting yourself in for.
Don’t forget to ease back into Saturday’s festivities with some afternoon comedy – SHAMBLES at the Camden Head and The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society (ACMS) at The Grafton.
Here are a few of the highlights we’re aiming to catch over the weekend, from punk to indie, electro to hip-hop, and even a little folk thrown in.
That said, the beauty of the Camden Crawl is in the discovery of new favourites, so allow yourself to be swept along in the crowd. Oh, and did we mention the weather forecast is looking lush?!
PHOENIX’s Camden Crawl Hitlist
Friday 20th June
6.15pm Electric Ballroom- Arrows of Love
7pm Underworld – Girls Names
8pm Koko – Yuck
9.30pm Good Mixer – The Black Tambourines
9.30pm The Lock Tavern – Brolin
10pm Electric Ballroom – Atari Teenage Riot
10.30 Belushi’s Thought Forms
11.15 Electric Ballroom – D/R/U/G/S
1am Electric Ballroom – Phil Hartnoll
Saturday 21st June
5.30pm Electric Ballroom – Dry The River
6.30pm St Michael’s Church – Katie Kim
7.30pm Roundhouse – Will Varley
8pm Underworld – Paws
9pm Belushi’s – CuT
10pm Underworld – Johnny Foreigner
11.30pm Koko – Mouse On Mars
12am Lock Tavern – Mokadem
12.30pm Beatrice – Lady Lykez
1am Lock Tavern – Cadenza
2.30am Koko – Klose One
Tickets are available from Ticketweb, Billetto, We Got Tickets, Explovia, Gigantic, Songkick, Eventbrite, Resident Advisor, Stargreen and Skiddle
Weekend (2 day pass) – £49.50
Friday 20/6 (1 day ticket) – £27.50
Saturday 21/6 (1 day ticket) – £30.00