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Dublin to hold Camden Crawl gigs

By Greg Synnott

Every venue from Camden Street to Temple Bar will be packed with gig goers and musicians this May. More than 100 Irish and international acts are performing in fifteen venues as part of The Meteor Dublin Camden Crawl from May 11-12.

The line up includes a lot of Ireland’s best live acts with a mix of new discoveries including Meteor Choice Music Prize winner Jape as well as fellow choice nominees And So I Watch You From Afar.

The two day music marathon takes place in the heart of the city with an easily budgeted €40 price tag for the two days. The Meteor Dublin Camden Crawl has the makings of a great new annual festival, with this being the first ever sister event to the successful London Camden Crawl that’s been running since 1995.

Weekend tickets are exchanged for a wristband on the day which allows the owner unlimited access to all venues, stages and after parties over the two days with a complimentary programme and album.

The line up of artists is available right now but individual venue line-ups and stage times remain a completely mystery until the show day in an attempt to add to the exploratory vibe of the event.

Gig goers should arrive early as surprise guests are expected to appear at any time in any venue and for those of you are only drawn in by one day there are one day tickets for just €25.
Now for the exciting part, the line up:

FRIDAY
Jape, And So I Watch You From Afar. We Are Scientists, Sway, Rubberbandits, Bastille, DELS, Dutch Uncles, Let’s Buy Happiness, Trophy Wife, Clock Opera, D/R/U/G/S, Becoming Real, Blacklisters, Polarbear, Alpines, Dam Mantle, Duke Special, Girls Names, Morning Claws, SertOne, Verse Corus Verse, Iceage, Daith, Elaine Mai, Angkorwat, Come On Live Long, Funeral Suits, Jogging, Last Days Of 1984, Le Galaxie, Lethal Dialect, Little xs for Eyes, Logikparty, The Ambience Affair and Wounds.

SATURDAY
Gaz Coombes, Tieranniesaur, Cashier No. 9, Mystery Jets, Ghost Poet, My Best Fiend, Kwes, Deaf Joe, Katie Kim, Bantum, Axis Of, Alarmist, Girl Band, We Are Losers, Sleep Thieves, Toby Kaar, Laura Sheeran, Melodica Deathship, Hands Up Who Wants To Die, La Faro, Alpines, Dutch Uncles, Let’s Buy Happiness, Trophy Wife, Clock Opera, D/R/U/G/S, Dam Mantle, Becoming Real, DELS, Polarbear, Blacklisters and Iceage.
Venues for the festival are Grand Social, Whelan’s, Button Factory, Workman’s Club, Upstairs at Whelan’s, Twisted Pepper, The Village and Speak Easy, and more.

Tickets are available from the Ticketmaster desk in the Dublin Discover Ireland Centre, Suffolk Street, Dublin 2, online, or ticketmaster outlets throughout the city.

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