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Nightmare Festival Announced For November

The creators of Camden Rocks and Sonisphere have just announced Nightmare Festival, Camden’s biggest rock Halloween party this year.

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Kilimanjaro, Camden Rocks and Jubilee have brought together their collective brain power and have created a new Halloween horror love child in Nightmare Festival.

Nightmare Festival will take place on the weekend of November 1st, also known as The Day Of The Dead and will host a number of the most up and coming, rock, indie, metal and punk bands. The bands will be taking over various London venues in Camden Town, and fancy dress is very much encouraged in order to haunt Camden Town as much as possible.

Event organiser Chris McCormack explains, “Camden goes mad for Halloween. People really get into the spirit of it. We recently sold over 7000 tickets for our sister event Camden Rocks in May and imagined how much fun it would be if we got everybody, including the bands, to dress up and party the day and night at the biggest Halloween party London has ever seen!It’s also a great chance to check out the cross section of great new bands coming out of the UK at the moment,

The bands announced include UK rock favourites Max Raptor, LostAlone and The Hype Theory. Joining them is West-London singer-songwriter King Charles who says, “I am very pleased to be playing Nightmare Festival. When bands are playing in every venue, on every corner, the whole place is alive and anything can happen!

With many more bands to be announced, make sure to keep an eye out for Nightmare Festival.

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