Madness To Perform At Camden Crawl

The Nutty boys to play free secret shows in NW1 this month!

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Madness are set to play a series of free secret shows in Camden during this year’s Gaymers Camden Crawl on April 24 and 25.

The nutty boys, current Uncut cover stars, will appear at secret locations in the North London borough across the two day festival, and you won’t need a Crawl ticket to see them.

Highlights of the performances will be broadcast as part of 6 Music’s coverage of the two day festival; during Steve Lamacq’s show on April 24 from 4pm and Adam & Joe and Lauren Laverne’s live coverage from NW1 on April 25.

Echo & The Bunnymen, Wire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Fall, Billy Bragg and The Maccabees are amongst the artists playing the 40 venue event.

Full line-up and ticket information is available here: www.thecamdencrawl.com

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