With summer quickly approaching things are heating up in more ways than one with only 6 weeks left to go until CC14 fills the streets of North London with some of the best new alternative sounds of 2014.
With a new album on the horizon, this Summer Solstice sees London’s very own Dry the River make their long awaited return to the festival. They are joined by of the moment Canadian songwriter Sean Nicholas Savage on an Electric Ballroom dream bill already overflowing with amazing North American talent including of Montreal, Au Revoir Simone and Jeffrey Lewis & The Jrams. Over at Dummy’s electronic marathon SOPHIE will present his sonic assault of pop hooks, hyperreal sound design and club rhythms on at unrelenting bill at the Jazz Café whilst Big Deal, Thumpers and The Crookes bring their infectious brands of alt-guitar based pop to the festival’s stages. CC14 also knows how to make a bit of a punk-noise racket with the likes of Nai Harvest, Youth Man, The Black Tambourines, Gang, Abjects and the truly bizarre Vodun newly added to the line-up.
SHAMBLES & ACMS CURATE AFTERNOON COMEDY STAGES
A crawl wouldn’t be complete without its hugely popular comedy events. Limbering up with laughter on Saturday afternoon, CC14 presents two venues packed with side-splitting antics. Upstairs at the Camden Head is SHAMBLES, the self-proclaimed ‘World’s Best Comedy Night’ is an avant-garde collection of the funniest acts at the forefront of invention and has previously showcased such major names as Stewart Lee, Nick Helm, Stephen Merchant, Rich Fulcher and. Tim Minchin. Shambles at CC14 will be a wonderful mix of brand new talent, big name acts and surprise special guests...The line- up thus far includes: Lee Kern (star of Celebrity Bedlam), Britain’s Got Talent YouTube sensation Gaits Kandis, Lou Sanders (stand up as seen on Russell Howard's Good News), BAFTA nominated creator of Big Babies Spencer Jones and Max Dickens (Absolute Radio).
Across (Camden) town ‘fresh Sisyphean comedy’ hosted and curated by Thom Tuck awaits at The Grafton. For one afternoon only, The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society (ACMS) invades the Camden Crawl! Regular promoters at the Soho Theatre and a board membership which boasts such names as Josie Long, Bridget Christie, Tom Bell, Alexis Dubus, Sara Pascoe, Ben Target, Will Andrews, Isy Suttie & Nadia Kamil expect comedians trying valiantly to do something new, original and borderline funny!
TICKET INFORMATION & ON SALES DATES
DATES: Friday 20th & Saturday 21st June 2014 | 15:00 – 04:00
ON SALE: 2nd Release Tickets On Sale Now
TYPES OF TICKET:
- Weekend (2 day pass) - £49.50
- Friday 20/6 (1 day ticket) - £27.50
- Saturday 21/6 (1 day ticket) - £30.00