Camden Crawl 2011 to be headed by The Lemonheads, Razorlight as well as Saint Etienne, British Sea Power and more
For a couple months, Camden Crawl, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, has sparingly unveiled its line-up, including newbies like French duo/couple John and Jehn, Ninja Tunes new protégé DELS, Mercury nominees Villagers, as well as Crawl and other fest regulars in Cocknbullkid, Dananananaykroyd, Lethal Bizzle, Miles Kane and The Chapman Family.
Now this year's biggies have been announced, with the likes of Evan Dando and his ever-changing outfit The Lemonheads, Johnny Borrell and a newly-morphed Razorlight line-up, as well as Saint Etienne, British Sea Power, Simian Mobile Disco, and Guillemots, will all be headlining the Crawl.
You know the drill: hundreds of up-coming and established bands scattered on the many stages of the many amazing live music venues of Camden Town for marathonian delight.
Organisers have hinted at more special guests to be revealed, so watch this space. The current line-up alone should be enough for you to check below and book tickets before they evaporate in no time, leaving you gulping in disappointment!
The countdown is on: Gaymers Camden Crawl 2011 takes place on Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May.
Day passes cost £39.50, weekend passes £63.50 with VIP upgrades priced at £150.00 (plus booking fees).
Making its debut this year on the same dates is The Comedy Crawl 2011 - the Camden Crawl's funny baby sibling, which will feature the likes of Sean Hughes, Robin Ince, Shappi Khorsandi, Rufus Hound, Peepshow's Isy Suttie, Patrick Monahan and many more across multiple Camden venues. Tickets for the Comedy Crawl cost £20 for day tickets or £35 for the whole weekend.