Full line-up announced for Meteor Camden Crawl Dublin
A whole host of new names have been added to the bill for the Meteor Camden Crawl Dublin, the newest addition to Ireland's already stellar summer festival line-up. On Friday the 11th and Saturday the 12th of May, Dublin city centre will be transformed into one giant festival site as fifteen of Dublin's most revered venues will play host to more than 100 Irish and international acts, who have been selected by some of Ireland's top music professionals. This will be the first time that the Camden Crawl will have taken place outside of London, where it's been a regular summer attraction over the last fifteen plus years.
Weekend tickets will cost you €40, while single day tickets are available for €25 (and you can buy 'em via entertainment.ie/tickets, cheaper than our biggest competitor I might add!). Your ticket will be exchanged for a wristband which will allow you access to all venues, stages and after-show parties.
Friday's Crawl will see performances from Meteor Choice Music Prize winner Jape, as well as And So I Watch You From Afar, Rubberbandits, We Are Scientists, Dutch Uncles, Dels, Bastille, Let's Buy Happiness, Trophy Wife, Clock Opera, Le Galaxie, Duke Special, D/R/U/G/S, Verse Chorus Verse, Girls Names, SertOne, IceAge, Elaine Mai, Daithi, Angkorwat, Come On Live Long, Funeral Suits, Jogging, Last Days of 1984, Lethal Dialect, little xs for eyes, Logikparty, The Ambience Affair, Wounds and more.
Saturday's Crawl will play host to Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes, Tieranniesaur, Cashier No. 9, Mystery Jets, Ghost Poet, My Best Friend, Kwes, Deaf Joe, Katie Kim, Alarmist, Sleep Thieves, Toby Kaar, Laura Sheeran, Melodica Deathship, Hands Up Who Wants To Die, La Faro, Bantum, Axis Of, Alpines, Dutch Uncles, Let's Buy Happiness, Trophy Wife,Clock Opera, Dam Mantle, Becoming Real, Dels, Polarbear, Blacklisters, Iceage and more. As you can see, lots of acts will be pulling double-duty and playing both nights.
Venues: Button Factory, Grand Social, Mercantile, Speakeasy, Twisted Pepper, The Village, Whelan's, Upstairs at Whelan's, Workman's Club, plus more fringe venues to be announced.
Review by John Balfe | 16:53 | Monday 12th March 2012 | Music News
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