Preview: Camden Crawl 2011

By on Friday, 25th February 2011 at 11:00 am
 

Camden Crawl 2011 will be taking place right smack dab up against the royal nuptials, but judging from the line-up, the organisers are taking this in their stride. The initial evening line-up announcement was made earlier this week, with St. Etienne, Toddla T, Hadouken, the Kings Blues and Villagers (pictured above) revealed as headliners. Bands championed by TGTF including Frankie and the Heartstrings, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Johnny Foreigner, Little Comets, cocknbullkid and Dinosaur Pile-Up are also scheduled to appear.

Early bird and VIP weekend tickets are now sold out, but a weekend ticket is available for £63.50 not including booking and transaction fees and Saturday or Sunday single tickets are £39.50 not including booking and transaction fees. They can be purchased online here or at selected HMV stores around the UK, more details here.

For a full listing of the line-up announced so far, click under the cut.

Camden Crawl 2011 line-up as of Wednesday 23 February

Saint Etienne
Toddla T
Hadouken
The King Blues
Villagers

Banjo or Freakout
Bo Ningen
Cate Le Bon
cocknbullkid
Comanechi
Kong
PVT
Lethal Bizzle
Dananananaykroyd
Dinosaur Pile-Up
Those Dancing Days
S.C.U.M.
MNDR
Frankie and the Heartstrings
Hudson Mohawke
The Phantom Band
The Qemists
SBTRKT

2:54
The Agitator
Andrew Davie
Becoming Real
Beth Jeans Houghton
The Chapman Family
Chickenhawk
Civil Civic
Cloud Control
The Computers
Crowns
D/R/U/G/S
Dam Mantle
Divorce
Django Django
Dry the River
Eagulls
Fever Fever
Fiction
Flats
Foreign Office
Ghost Poet
Hedoniacs
Holy State
Housse de Racket
Japanese Voyeurs
John and Jehn
Johnny Foreigner
Let’s Buy Happiness
Lu Lu and the Lampshades
Marques Toliver
Martyrna Baker
Maverick Sabre
Mirrors
Mums of Death
P Money
Peggy Sue
Piney Gir
Polarbear
Rainbow Arabia
Sarabeth Tucek
Sissy and the Blisters
Sound of Rum
Spectrals
Star Slinger
Tanlines
Team Ghost
Teeth
Tom Williams and the Boat
Treetop Flyers
Turbowolf
Two Wounded Birds
Veronica Falls
Visions of Trees
Warrior One
Wild Palms

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One Response

3:50 pm
25th February 2011

For an initial line-up, I reckon this hits just the right spot between solid and eclectic – some great names, and some exciting names. Loads of genres, too. Digging it.

There’s got to be more announcements to come, though …

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