Camden Town is one of London’s most bustling and buzzy corners, even on a quiet day, so it’s fair to assume that Friday 10th July, when Lock Live returns to the capital’s coolest neighbourhood along with 4 stages of live entertainment, will be something a bit special.
Back for its third year, Lock Live has so far done a sterling job of turning that Friday feeling up to 11 and promises to amp it up even further this year with a concentrated dose of everything that has made Camden such a vital cultural hub over the years.
Most importantly there’ll be music, and plenty of it. Four stages will be filled with a variety of cool sounds from the likes of London’s favourite party starter DJ Norman Jay MBE, vaunted pop surrealists Stealing Sheep, reggae revivalists By The Rivers and sultry soul chanteuse Frankie Forman.
And that’s just for starters, Lock Live’s music menu promises a truly gut-busting feast with the likes of Cal Jader, Too Many T’s, Flyte and Marawa’s Majorettes filling out the lineup. And if the music doesn’t fill you up the amazing array of street food stalls, featuring foodie favourites from across London, should do the trick. Oh and did we mention it’s free?