The Coral and Reverend and the Makers set for Camden Rocks Festival

The veteran bands are joined by young pretenders including Asylums and BlackWaters

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The Coral and Reverend and the Makers lead the latest additions to June’s Camden Rocks Festival.

The metropolitan, multi-venue event had previously confirmed Carl Barat and the Jackals, The Rifles, Milburn and more for 3 June.

Liverpool’s The Coral and Sheffield’s Reverend and the Makers continue the theme of featuring long-established names at the head of a bill of otherwise mostly local and national newcomers.

Today’s new additions also include Asylums, Brawlers and BlackWaters.

Reverend and the Makers
Reverend and the Makers’ Jon McClure at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow on 21 January 2017. Photo: Katy Blackwood

We already knew about performances from Young Kato, The King Blues, Habitats, Yonaka and The Blinders, and 150 more are still yet to be announced.

The Coral take a spot as a main headliner, alongside punk legends The Damned.

Camden Rocks takes place at around 20 venues, including KOKO, Dingwalls, Electric Ballroom and Camden Assembly.

Tickets are currently £39.50, and are likely to sell out in advance of the event.

The A-Z list of today’s additions for Camden Rocks 2017:

  • Antares
  • Asylums
  • BEXATRON
  • BlackWaters
  • Brawlers
  • Cavalcade
  • The Coral
  • Daxx and Roxane
  • Desert Storm
  • Desperate Measures
  • Duncan Reid and the Big Heads
  • Empire
  • Flight Brigade
  • Gold Key
  • GØSPEL
  • Harker Moon
  • IAMWARFACE
  • Last Great Dreamers
  • Love Zombies
  • Mama Moonshine
  • Massive Waggons
  • The Muffin Heads
  • Only Sun
  • Reverend and the Makers
  • REWS
  • Rival Karma
  • Skarlett Riot
  • The SoapGirls
  • Sugarmen
  • Sykes
  • THECITYISOURS
  • Toffees
  • Will O’Donnell
  • Willow Robinson
  • Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction
Katy Blackwood
Katy Blackwood is the Editor of FEISTY. She's been a self-confessed music geek, stan and encyclopedia since her childhood, loving both new and older sounds alike. Katy started out as a contributor to various magazines before founding FEISTY as an independent, female-led platform for new music.

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