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- Posted on Apr 15th 2010 7:15AM by Julian Marszalek
The annual Camden Crawl is held across a number of venues in the North London neighbourhood of -- where else? -- Camden and is set to feature sets from Teenage Fanclub, the Drums, Sugababes, the Jim Jones Revue, Roots Manuva, Dead Meadow and dozens of other established and up-and-coming acts.
The Roundhouse will host two sets of headline sets across the festival's two-day duration on May 1 and 2. Pendulum will be joined by Plan B at a show starting at 8.30PM BST on Saturday, May 1 and this will be preceded by a 4.30PM BST show featuring Calvin Harris, Sugababes and Professor Green.
The second day's show on Sunday, May 2 will see an afternoon show by Lostprophets and the Blackout kicking off at 5PM BST which will then be followed at 8.30PM with sets from We Are Scientists and Stornoway.
Two-day tickets for the weekend event cost £55 ($85) and one-day tickets cost £34.50 ($53). Somewhat controversially, fans wanting to attending the Roundhouse shows will have to cough up an additional £6.50 ($10).