Kasabian And Enemy Named In Full Camden Crawl Line Up

by | 16 April 2009
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The Enemy, Madness and Kasabian have been revealed as the final headlining acts of the 2009 Camden Crawl.

The two-day event takes in a host of venues across the north London district, including Koko, the Electric Ballroom, the Roundhouse and the newly-renovated Hawley Arms.

The line up for the annual festival already includes Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the View, 808 State, the Maccabees and the Fall.

And as well as rising stars such as BBC Sound of 2009 winner Little Boots, this year's roster also includes headlining sets from 80s legends Echo And The Bunnymen, Scottish favourites Idlewild and former Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins' new band Hot Leg.

Organisers have also revealed highlights of the Crawl's afternoon line up, which includes BookSlam performances from Mr Nice author Howard Marks, Scroobius Pip and author John Niven.

Advance weekend and Friday tickets are still available but advance Saturday tickets are now sold out, However, walk-up tickets will be available on the Friday and Saturday from 11am.

The full line up of evening artists are:Friday 24th April OnlyLive at the Roundhouse: The Enemy * Hockey * The Virgins * Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Echo & The Bunnymen * Idlewild * Wire
Art Brut * Filthy Dukes * The Von Bondies * The Whip * The Author * Baddies * The Barker Band * Bleech * Brakes * Capital * The Chapman Family * Circlesquare * Danny & The Champions Of The World * De Tropix * Dinosaur Pile Up * Django Django * Drums Of Death * Foy Vance * Goldheart Assembly * Hellacholla * The Jim Jones Revue * Jouis * The Joy Formidable * Kids Love Lies * Kissy Sell Out * Little Death * Mini Viva * New Rhodes * Openroom * Royal Treatment Plant * Selfish C**T * Skibunny * Skint & Demoralised * Sleepercurve * Teeth!!! * The Temper Trap * To The Bones * Your Twenties

Saturday 25th April OnlyLive at the Roundhouse: Kasabian * Little Boots * The Maccabees * The View

808 State * Billy Bragg * The Fall * Frankmusik * Hot Leg * Ipso Facto * King Creosote * Alan Pownall * An Experiment On A Bird In The Airpump * Banjo Or Freakout * Blk Jks * Broadcast 2000 * Cherbourg * The Dead Formats * Die! Die! Die! * Elviin * Eugene McGuinness * Everything Everything * Golden Silvers * Gold Teeth * Hexes * Innerpartysystem * Josh Weller * The Laurel Collective Lion Club * Newham Generals * Ou Est * Outcry Collective * The Plight * Post War Years * S****y Limits * Televised Crimewave * Threatmantics * Toddla T * Xrabit & Dmg$ *

Two Day Artists

The Big Pink * Count & Sinden * Dan Black * Fight Like Apes * Kitty Daisy & Lewis * The King Blues * VV Brown * Alessi's Ark * Chew Lips * The Computers * The Cordelier Club * Datarock * Flashguns * General Fiasco * Goldielocks * The Invisible James Yuill* * Kasms * Man Like Me * Marina And The Diamonds * Peggy Sue * Plugs * Pulled Apart By Horses * Sportsday Megaphone * S.C.U.M. * Three Trapped Tigers * Tommy Sparks * The Xx *

16/04/2009 09:55:57


Tags: Madness - Billy Bragg - Camden Crawl - Echo And The Bunnymen - Howard Marks - Idlewild - Justin Hawkins - Kasabian - New Rhodes - The Virgins - Von Bondies - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

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