FESTIVAL NEWS: Royal Republic and Pulled Apart By Horses added to Camden Rocks bill Print E-mail
Monday, 03 April 2017 11:57

Royal Republic and Pulled Apart By Horses head the line-up of the latest bands confirmed for the 2017 interation of Camden Rocks, which will see 250 bands performing at 25 venues across the London borough on Saturday 3 June.

 

They join a collection of headliners that includes the likes of Feeder, The Coral, The Damned, Milburn, The Rifles, Reverend and The Makers, Carl Barat & The Jackals and more.

 

Camden Rocks Festival organiser Chris McCormack said of this year’s edition:

 

“The festival is a total celebration of what Camden is all about as the creative hub of the UK music scene,” he adds. “The clubs and venues here have been, and continue to, host some of the now-biggest names in music in their fledging stages. In the past we've had Catfish & The Bottlemen playing the Barfly to 100 people. So many great bands have cut their teeth here and it’s a pleasure to continue to fly the flag high for new, up and coming bands alongside the big names each year.”

 

Alongside Pulled Apart By Horses and Royal Republic, further new names announced are The London SS, FAERS, Before Victoria, White Room, Drama club rejects, Avalanche Party, Shea, Indigo Lo, HCBP, October Drift, Thunder On The Left, This Years Ghost, Berries, Sisteray, Tokyo Taboo, The Distorting Glass, YUNG DRUID, Death and the Penguin, Scoundrel, Overdog, Temple Lake, Rumble Fish, Black Doldrums, Our Propaganda, SERPENTYNE, Salt, Surge, The Alibi and Peter Von Toy.

 

The current line-up for Camden Rocks Festival 2017 is as follows:

 

Camden Rock Poster 

Camden Rocks Festival 2017 venues include Koko, Electric Ballroom, Underworld, Dingwalls, PROUD, Camden Assembly, Black Heart, Monarch, The Forge, The Crowndale, Dublin Castle, Dingwalls Canal side, Bloc bar – upstairs, Bloc bar, Hawley Arms, Good Mixer, Brew-Dog, Be At One, Devonshire Arms, Belushis, Winnicott, The Fiddlers Elbow, The Lyttelton Arms, The Pack & Carriage and the Camden Market Amphitheatre.

 

Limited tickets are still available HERE