Camden Crawl has announced some changes for 2013, with the Dublin leg taking place earlier in May when compared to last year, while the London edition will now be held in October instead of the May bank holiday weekend as has been traditional.
The second annual Camden Crawl Dublin is scheduled for May 3rd-5th, and features over 150 artists and special guests across a total of 20 venues which will include an outdoor stage, a church and various pubs along with the city’s traditional live music venues.
Each of the festival’s venues will be curated by an invited panel of many of Ireland’s best known DJs, independent promoters, media and tastemakers including Whelan’s Live, Hidden Agenda, Karl Geraghty, Strange Brew, Young Hearts Run Free, State Magazine, Mother Club, Ruby Sessions, Dan Hegarty (2fm), entertainment.ie, Sweet Oblivion, Keiron Black, Nialler9, Totally Dublin and Paul McLoone (Today FM).
Tickets go on general sale from 9am, Monday 11th February, with a limited number of early bird weekend tickets priced at €40.00.
More details of the changes to the London leg are set to unveiled shortly.
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