April 6, 2011 10:13

Odd Future, Graham Coxon, The View for Camden Crawl – ticket details

Plus Killing Joke to play London event

Odd Future, Graham Coxon, The View for Camden Crawl – ticket details

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Odd Future, Graham Coxon, The View and Killing Joke have been added to the line-up of this year's Camden Crawl festival in London.

The Camden-wide event will be held on April 30 and May 1. See Thecamdencrawl.com for information.

To check the availability of Camden Crawl tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Camden Crawl line-up so far is:

Saturday 30th April:

Ahab
Alice Gold
Ange Boxall & The Bandwagon
Bear Driver
Bears Den
Becoming Real
Benjamin Folke Thomas Band
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Big Deal
Bo Ningen
Bones
Cerebral Ballzy
Civil Civic
Cloud Control
Comanechi
Creep
Crowns
D/R/U/G/S
Dananananaykroyd
Dels
Divorce
Dry The River
Eagulls
Engine-earz Experiment
Fever Fever
Fiction
Flats
Frankie And The Heartstrings
Gallops
Ghostpoet
Hawk Eyes
High Rankin
Holy State
Japanese Voyeurs
John And Jehn
King Charles
Kong
Little Comets
Lu Lu And The Lampshades
Marques Toliver
Martyna Baker
Maverick Sabre
Mercedes
Miles Kane
MNDR
Mountains & The Trees
Mums Of Death
Mz Bratt
Rainbow Arabia
Random Impulse
RD
S.C.U.M.
Saint Etienne
Sarabeth Tucek
SBTRKT
Spectrals
Team Ghost
Teeth
The Agitator
The Good Natured
The King Blues
The Phantom Band
The Qemists
The Russian Futurists
The Staves
Those Dancing Days
Toddla T
Tom Farrer And The Pharaohs
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Transfer
Turbogeist
Turbowolf
Two Wounded Birds
Ultrasound
Various Cruelties
Veronica Falls
Villagers
Visions Of Trees
Warrior One
Wild Palms
Young Empires

Sunday 1st May:

2:54
Banjo Or Freakout
Becoming Real
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Beth Jeans Houghton
Bright Light Bright Light
British Sea Power
Cate Le Bon
Cerebral Ballzy
City Shanty Band
Cloud Control
CocknBullKid
Graham Coxon
Dam Mantle
Dels
Dinosaur Pile-up
Divorce
Django Django
Dry The River
Fever Fever
Fiction
Films Of Colour
Flats
Foreign Office
Guillemots
Hadouken!
Hedoniacs
Holy State
Housse de Racket
Hudson Mohawke
Japanese Voyeurs
John And Jehn
Johnny Foreigner
Jonquil
Killing Joke
Kill Them All
Kong
Let’s Buy Happiness
Lethal Bizzle
Little Comets
Lu Lu And The Lampshades
Marques Toliver
Maverick Sabre
Mazes
Mirrors
MNDR
Odd Future
P Money
Paris Suit Yourself
Peggy Sue
Piney Gir
Polarbear
PVT
Razorlight
RD
S.C.U.M.
Simian Mobile Disco
Sissy And The Blisters
Sound of Rum
Spectrals
Star Slinger
Team Ghost
The Chapman Family
The Computers
The History Of Apple Pie
The Lemonheads
The Lines
The Phantom Band
The Staves
Tom Williams And The Boat
Treetop Flyers
Vaults
The View
Visions Of Trees
Voxhaul Broadcast
We Are Animal
Wolf Gang
Yasmin
Young Dreams
Young Legionnaire

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