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Festival Preview // Camden Rocks 2018

Coming up this weekend is Camden Rocks Festival, as fans prepare to take over England’s capital for a packed day of rock and pop punk across 20+ venues.

The annual family-run Camden Rocks Festival will be returning to London this Saturday, celebrating the 6th all-dayer that Camden Rocks would have graced Camden Town with. Hosting 200 bands, it is guaranteed to be a fun day of rocking out under the sunshine with a drink in hand.

The full line-up and stage times have been announced, with Blood Red Shoes, Carl Barat, Missing Andy, We Are One, Albany, The Lutras, Findlay, INME, October Drift, The SoapGirls, Bryde, Reigning Days, Reverted, Hollowstar, Kid Kapichi, Leon Of Athens, Pete Spiby & the Beat Alls, Berries, Heavy Lungs, John Buckley, Flavour Nurse, BeXatron, Longy & The Gospel Trash Drones, The Jacques, The Ha’pennies, Missing Andy, Panic Island, Two Year Break, Sickjoy, Wolf Cellar, Dr Schwamp, Priests to Pilots, 10 Gauge, Elsewhere, Edgar Road, Greyhaven, As Sirens Fall, Arcane Militia, Confessions of a Traitor, Katalina Kicks, The Silver Bayonets, Doomsday Outlaw, Pet Needs,Tony Goff & The Broken Colours Glossii, Plain Sails, Lost In Stereo, Indya, Scrubs, Arable Desert, Juicebox Suspects, Hightown Parade, Thieves Of Liberty, Lighthouse, Desert Cloud, Those Damn Crows, Danny Starr, and Mick O’Toole being the latest wave of artists added to the line-up.

These additions join what is already an incredibly exciting bill, with names such as Mercury-prize nominees Maxïmo Park, fabled post-punk originators Public Image Limited (PiL), Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic, and many others including Sikth, Hacktivist, British Sea Power, Mallory Knox, and Crazy Town.

This year’s line-up features many established bands but also many up-and-coming acts, and there is such a huge variety in bands that you are sure to find a few to fall in love with.

For those after a bit of calm, The Men They Couldn’t Hang will be playing a one-off acoustic set at Cuban Bar, Gabeto, which will be an intimate experience for fans who are used to seeing them dominate bigger venues.

Camden Rocks Festival will be taking place in venues across Camden Town on Saturday 2nd June 2018.

For more information, visit the Camden Rocks Festival website.