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Fab Gigs Are Coming To The Heart Of Camden Market

Guy Parsons Guy Parsons

Solomons' Yard launches

Sweet beats and street food combine for a take over Camden Market’s foodie hub.

A summer of sound is coming to the bustling Camden Market, with a slew of soulful acts set to perform in the foodie mecca of Solomons Yard. [See more in our London gig guide.]

Sugarhill Gang Camden

Here’s what’s coming up in July:

Friday, July 5: Guilty Pleasures

Yes, this is exactly what you think it is, folks. A night of S Club and The Backstreet Boys, paired with Umbrella-era Rihanna and plenty of Toxic tracks from Britney.

Saturday, July 6: Supa Dupa Fly

For one of London’s best RnB and hip hop nights, make yourself available on July 6. DJs will be banging out all the 90s and 00s tunes way into the night!

Friday, July 12: Qwestlife

In their own words, Qwestlife are “an ultra hot boogie band with a desire to make the party rock”. Sounds like a right hoot to me!

Saturday, July 13: Simon Dunmore

Simon Dunmore is the founder and owner of DEFECTED, the legendary music label and events company. He’ll be playing some disco tracks to get you dancing!

Friday, July 19: Junior Sanchez

Junior Sanchez is an American record producer and DJ from New Jersey. He’s worked with the likes of Daft Punk, Armand Van Helden and Basement Jaxx so, as you can imagine, he’s pretty good.

Saturday, July 20: Moodena

Moodena from Tropical Disco Records is no stranger to electronic music, and we’re excited for him to bring his brilliant beats to Solomons Yard.

Early bird tickets for these events cost just £5, rising to £15 in their third release. So catch them quick!

Along with enough bops to get even the resident punks pogoing, the food market will run late into the night, with the 20+ traders dishing up everything from Indian-inspired Bhangra Burgers to sizzling Szeuchan Calamari. PUT IT IN MY FACE.

Food stalls camden market

And as one last lucky treat, the market’s very own Tarot shop will also be open ’til late, dishing out tantalising glimpses of the upcoming to future-curious partygoers.

Have a boogie, sink a cocktail, smash a massive halloumi wrap and discover your destiny. Sounds good to us.

Join the al fresco fiesta of the summer – grab tickets for all Solomons Yard events here.


Also published on Medium.

Tags: camden, music