Camden Crawl line-up expands

More bands join the bill

Camden Crawl line-up expands
More acts have been added to the line-up for this year’s Camden Crawl.

Larrikin Love, The Young Knives, Captain, Pink Grease and 65 Days Of Static have all been confirmed for the event which takes place on April 20 across a host of venues in London's NW1, with venue doors opening for the evening from 5.30pm.

As previously reported, punters can buy tickets which can be exchanged for wristbands which get them into any of the host of venues in the area which will be hosting live music on the evening.

The line-up so far now runs:

65 Days Of Static
Akira The Don
The Aliens
The Automatic
The Delilahs
Elle Milano
iForward Russia!
The Fratellis
Good Books
The Holloways
Howling Bells
Larrikin Love
Lethal Bizzle
The Maccabees
The Marshals
The Mitchell Brothers
Morning Runner
Paolo Nutuni
The On Offs
The Paddingtons
Pink Grease
The Pipettes
The Pistolas
Plan B
The Rifles
The Rogers Sisters
Rumble Strips
Shit Disco
The Slits
S Rock Levinson
The Spinto Band
The Sunshine Underground
The Young Knives

A special guest will also be announced on the night.

For ticket availability go to here.

Read More On This Artist

More News
Antemasque throw boiling water at fans during festival performance
Björk to play first European gig since release of new album at Manchester International Festival
Left-wing writer Owen Jones to support Paloma Faith in London and Brighton
Palma Violets play raucous London show to close NME Awards Tour 2015 with Austin, Texas
Secondary ticket websites promise to become more transparent
The Strokes deny rumours that they will perform at Glastonbury this year
Method Man on Wu-Tang Clan's 'Once Upon A Time In Shaolin': 'Fuck that...
Pharrell Williams: 'I was inspired by Miley Cyrus, not Marvin Gaye, when I wrote...
Major Lazer premiere new track 'Lean On', featuring DJ Snake and MØ - listen
Brandon Flowers, Norah Jones and Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino to play at Brian Wilson...
Noel Gallagher mixes new tracks and old favourites at Dublin's 3Arena
Florence + The Machine debut three new songs at intimate London show
Travis Barker says Tom DeLonge 'doesn't like punk music' and that it 'was a...
SoundCloud claim to have paid $1 million to artists and labels since August
James Murphy shares 'Only The Stars Above Welcome Me Home' from Noah Baumbach film score
Chris Brown’s girlfriend dumps him via Twitter
Madonna calls Kanye West a 'brilliant madman' and 'beautiful mess'
David Gilmour announces first UK and Europe tour for nine years
Animal Collective to record new music later this year
O2 Priority Tickets for Super Furry Animals and Garbage available now
BBC Radio DJ Nihal criticises "all white" Radio 1 and "all black" 1Xtra
Midweek chart update: Noel Gallagher at Number One with new album 'Chasing Yesterday'

More News


Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
Know Your NME

NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM