GBP 23.50 - GBP 85.00
*VIP ticket includes Priority festival entrance Ticket Exchange, Guarantee Entry & VIP Queue Jump Pass (both days), Admission to VIP bar at KOKO (both days), Entrance to artist & crew aftershow party (Saturday 21/6), CC14 Tote & Goodie Bag.
Rebranded as ‘CC14’ Camden Crawl returns from its extended holiday break for a new and improved 2014 edition of the legendary festival on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st June.
CC14 sets out to fill the void of summer events for music lovers with an aversion of sleeping in mud and weeing outdoors. The annual North London fixture will now take its seat upon the Summer Solstice within in a plumbing friendly set of venues and beer gardens for its live marathon pre-Glastonbury.
More than 25 venues spanning a two mile stretch of NW1 will play host to more than 200 live artists. DJs and specialist fringe events. Each evening’s schedule will consist of a varied mix of the best emerging live music talent programmed by the UK’s most prolific independent live music promoters and tastemakers.
The programme of events will commence early evening and run well into the wee hours with DJ and Club events spattered across the festival’s venues both dates. Tickets are to be exchanged for wristbands which allow unlimited entry to each of the participating venues and events as individual capacities permit. Ticket price also includes lanyard programme guide and 2014 compilation album.
www.thecamdencrawl.com for full (line up, venues, curators and schedules).
ADDITIONAL / DISABLED ACCESS INFORMATION:
This event is for 18 years and older only. e-Tickets to be exchanged for wristbands and free programmes on the days of the event between 14:30 - 22:00 at KOKO.
Eight tickets maximum per transaction.
Ticket holder names must be provided at point of purchase. No name changes will be made after purchase.
CC14 offers special access and carer passes for disabled customers who require assistance at the event. For further information about disable access and assistance, please contact email@example.com.
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