Holloways to headline Camden fire bash

Band to play bash aiming to entice fans back to the area

The Holloways are set to headline the ‘Super Sunday’ event on Sunday (September 28) in Camden, playing on a canal boat travelling through the London borough.

The show is part of a wider event for which bands, promoters and DJs are attempting to entice music fans to continue visiting the area seven months after it was ravaged by fire.

In February a fire swept through Camden, damaging venues and the Hawley Arms pub, formerly a drinking hole for Amy Winehouse and other musicians.

The band will join SixNationState and Nat Jenkins to perform an hour-long set from the top of the ‘River Rat Pack Tour’ canal boat.

The boat carried nine bands between Camden and Oxford earlier this year, with the acts playing gigs on the riverside along the way.

The Lock Tavern, Dingwalls, The Monarch, Proud Galleries and The Cuban venues will host artists throughout the day including Sourya, The Amber Blacks and Spilt Milk.