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Camden Crawl 2008 to support Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer Trust

Story by Jack Foley

CAMDEN Crawl 2008 will support the Teenage Cancer Trust by including a £1 donation to the charity in every ticket sold.

The charity is dedicated to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer by building specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals.

This year’s Camden Crawl takes place from Friday, April 18 to Saturday, April 19, 2008, and incorporates 25 venues and 130 new and renowned pioneering artists.

Following its expansion to a two day event last year, the 7th annual Camden Crawl has relocated from midweek to weekend in 2008.

As well as hosting its trademark melting pot of hotly tipped and breaking new artists alongside special guests and seminal greats each evening, the 2008 festival will grow to include an extensive daytime arts programme including acoustic sessions, live showcases, unsigned band competitions, pop quizzes, fan forums, comedy, performance art, film screenings, exhibitions and more.

Furthermore, the planned addition of an outdoor stage and street closures in central Camden Town will add a new carnival-style dimension to this already electrifying event.

But be warned – tickets will be snapped up fast. The 15% early bird discount tickets have already sold-out, with one and two day passes now on sale priced at £29.70 and £49.20.