If you love festivals, but don’t like wallowing in mud, not being able to wash properly and having your tent fall down around you, then this could be the perfect alternative. Taking place in the heart of London, the Camden Crawl offers the chance to see a wide range of bands, both up-and-coming and well-established, playing in the pubs and music venues around Camden Town.
The long-standing Mecca for artists and musos, Camden provides the perfect setting to see the bands you’ve always wanted to see and also discover new ones. And they’ll be just feet away – none of that standing in a field, watching someone playing on a large screen – you can literally reach out and touch them.
Okay, so that’s a bit romantic, if you aren’t there early, you might end up standing at the back of a pub jumping up and down to try to see over the heads of the crowd. But if that is the case, with your wristband, you can just try another, less-packed venue.
Either way, it’s a winner. A two-day pass is £49.20 and a one-day pass is £29.70 and it all takes place on the 18 and 19 April. So get booking before they all sell out!
(Image: from Alexandralee’s flickr stream)