Camden Crawl 2014 line-up: ABC, Atari Teenage Riot and The Field to headline
More than 250 live artists and DJs have been booked to perform this June
ABC, Atari Teenage Riot and The Field have been confirmed as headliners for this summer's Camden Crawl (#CC14).
Over 250 live artists, DJs and unique fringe acts have been booked to perform, with each evening’s eclectic schedule curated by top UK promoters and tastemakers.
Other musicians set to appear include Mouse on Mars, Of Montreal, Steve Mason, Yuck, Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor, Dirty Beaches, Mausi, Cymbals, Jeffrey Lewis & The Jrams and DJ Target.
Gaps, Eighteen Nightmares at the Lux, DJ Emily Rawson, Femme, Cattle & Cain and Bad Wolf will be joining them, alongside many more.
The award-winning festival is returning to get the party started in London’s NW1 and NW5 postcodes on 20 and 21 June.
Tents, portaloos and mud will be nowhere to be seen, as the pre-Glastonbury event is set in a plumbing-friendly environment comprised of sunny beer gardens and more than 25 venues.
Tickets for #CC14 go on sale today priced at £45 for a two-day pass and £26.50 for a day ticket.
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