Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Carnaby Street Free Music Festival

Carnaby Sound - Free Music Festival

We are pleased to announce the line up for the one day music festival ‘Carnaby Sound’ on Saturday 6 July from 12pm–7pm, as part of Carnaby’s year long celebration of music.

We have over 15 live bands for you in addition to DJ’s playing throughout the area, and it’s all for FREE!

The live music will cover a host of genres that have played a major part in Carnaby’s music heritage from Jazz and Blues, to Mod, Urban and Rock, continuing Carnaby’s lead to showcase the latest emerging and talent in music, fashion and design. 

On the Main Stage on Broadwick Street from 1.30pm: A*M*E
Drop Dead presents Night Engine
Dr. Martens presents Kids in Glass Houses
James McCartney
Last of The Troubadours

On the Newburgh Quarter Stage from 1pm: Young Knives
Dr. Martens presents Spycatcher
The Carnabys
Dr. Martens presents Giovanna

Other live music areas Dr. Martens' van on Broadwick Street will have music throughout the day and a free photobooth where you can capture your festival style.
Ukulele band The Fleas will be playing throughout Carnaby’s food quarters – Kingly Court and Kingly Street.
The spectacular One Man Destruction Show will be playing live in Cheap Monday, Carnaby Street.
Rock band the IC1’s will be playing in Lambretta.

 As well as live music, you can enjoy gourmet street food from the likes of Dehesa, Antidote, Cinnamon Soho, Fornata and Good Buns, food and drink offers, Ale and Cider Festivals at The White Horse and Shakespeare’s Head. Click here for full details of food and drink offerings at the festival.

There is no shopping street in the world that can boast such an authentic relationship with music and popular culture quite like Carnaby Street. Music and fashion have simultaneously worked well together ever since John Stephen opened his first boutique in 1958, known for styling famous musicians such as John Lennon, Brian Jones and Mick Jagger. Carnaby was not only recognised as a place where musicians came to shop, Jimi Hendrix, The Who and The Kinks also came to perform in Carnaby clubs including The Roaring Twenties and Bag O’ Nails.

Keep up to date with in-store events and the live music line up on and Twitter @CarnabyLondon.

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