Listen up rock fans in England- Camden Rocks is back again to rattle your eardrums, present some of the best old and new talent and to give you an unforgeable day in London! 250 bands- yes you read that right will be playing over one day in 25 music venues around historic Camden, and the line up looks like being the best ever.
Welsh rockers Feeder will be celebrating their 25th anniversary with a headline show. The band have a host of hits to play and will also be promoting their latest album which was released in 2016, ‘All Bright Electric’.
Whilst Camden Rocks is known well for highlighting bands who are unsigned and spotting the next ‘big band’, there will, alongside Feeder, be a plethora of awesome talent. This will include sets from The Coral, The Rifles, Milburn, Reverend and the Makers, Orange Goblin, The Professionals, Royal Republic, Pulled Apart by Horses, Ginger Wildheart will be back with his band Hey Hello! and Andy Cairns lead singer of Therapy? will be playing a solo acoustic show.
The Damned are currently celebrating 40 years of being together and the punk legends will be very welcomed to the festival. Their latest tour of America has garnered rave reviews and with such classics as ‘New Rose’ and ‘Neat Neat Neat’ they are simply not to be missed.
The confirmed venues are as follows:
The Camden Assembly
The Hawley Arms
Fifty Five Bar
The Devonshire Arms
The Good Mixer
The Dublin Castle
The Electric Ballroom
Be At One
Camden Rocks takes place on Saturday June 3rd and you really have to be there to believe it- a high street transformed into a rock n’ roll paradise. Tickets for the festival which grant you into all venues cost just £39.50 about $50.