Pete Doherty and Carl Barat to headline festival

Camden Rocks takes place this June in UK capital

Pete Doherty has been announced as a headliner for forthcoming new London festival Camden Rocks, which his former Libertines band-mate Carl Barat is also set to play.

The pair are billed separately at the event, with Doherty set to play a solo show at The Underworld and Barat playing The Monarch.

Camden Rocks will see over 30 acts take over four venues in CamdenThe Prince Of Wales, The Monarch, Barfly and The Underworld – on June 6.

Other confirmed acts for the bash include Ipso Facto, Nine Black Alps and The Social.

The one-day event is held in association with Trekstock, supporting the Teenage Cancer Trust. See Camdenrocksfestival.com for more information.

The Camden Rocks line-up so far is:

Blackhole
Black Spiders
Carl Barat Solo
Dave McPherson
Dirty Harry
Exit 10
Ginger (The Wildhearts)
Glamour Of The Kill
Haunts
Ipso Facto
Jeff Boogaloo
Jersey Budd
Johnny McDade
Kieron Leonard
Kill Casino
Medi And The Medicine Show
Mills
Mitch
Musical Differences
Nine Black Alps
Peter Doherty
Rosie Oddie And The Odd Squad
Seamus
Slaves To Gravity
Som Wardener
Sonic Boom Six
Strangeways
Telegraphs
Templeton Pek
The Moons
The New York Fund
The Paddingtons
The Social
Vaults
Young Guns

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See the new issue of NME, out tomorrow (May 27), for an exclusive photo special of The Libertines’ recent reunion show in London.