Camden Rocks line-up for next weekend

One of the best days in the British music calendar has now been doubled to two days as Camden Rocks Festival welcomes 400 bands over 20 venues next weekend (1 and 2 June).

This year’s event is headlined by punk rock legend meets singer/songwriter Frank Turner. The Million Dead and Mongol Horde man is joined on this year’s two-day bill by the likes of Random Hand, The Wonder Stuff, The Professionals and a host of exciting new rock talent led by Watford rockers Gold Key.

They join an impressive line-up for the two-day event on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June. That includes a whole host of exciting new bands such as wars, SHVPES, Area 11, Pretty Pistol, Acres, Phoxjaw, Ravenface, Hands Off Gretel and M A V E N.

Some more of our favourites you’ll be able to see across the two days will include Press To Meco, Greywind, All Ears Avow, Millie Manders and The Shutup, Black Orchid Empire, The Five Hundred, St Agnes, Arcane Militia, Deux Furieuses, Indya, L Sicario, At The Sun, As Sirens Fall and The Gulps. There’s also an appearance by Norwegian hardcore punks Ondt Blod.

And if you fancy something a little different then Dr Martens is hosting a specially curated programme at its flagship Camden store, which gives you close access to bands in the 60 capacity venue.

The headline bands on the Dr Martens bill are Deaf Havana and The Pigeon Detectives, while they’ll also be hosting grungey punk-rockers Milk Teeth, Glasgow punk newcomers The Dunts, Manchester’s White Eskimo, multi-instrumentalist Roe, London/Belfast duo REWS, as well as Lazy Day, Sleaza, Snap Dracula

Camden Rocks ticket holders can also enter a ballot to win a pair of tickets for either the Deaf Havana or The Pigeon Detectives sets. You can enter here, but hurry the deadline to enter is on Thursday (23 May).

The festival’s headline acts include the likes of Raging Speedhorn, Milk Teeth, Sonic Boom Six and The Virginmarys. And, if you’re feeling a little nostalgic, then Wheatus, Carl Barat and Ash will be right up your street.

Tickets are now on sale with one-day tickets available for £40 while the weekend ticket is £70, and they’re available here.

The full list of bands on show over the weekend is below:

While the day split line-ups are below too:

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