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Live Music: July Edition

Camden Market’s Music Monthly

Thu 11 Jul

Music and summer are like an old married couple. Whether you’ve just come back from your latest festival or you’re hungry for gigs outside of your usual Spotify playlist, we’ve found some cracking gigs to keep you in the perfect summer mood. Make sure to book your tickets now before they sell out!

Game, Set, Match!

Camden’s Centre Court

Thu 4 Jul

The best two weeks of the year have arrived and simultaneously brought out the sunshine along with it. Wimbledon. Strawberries & cream and Pimm’s are the talk of the town for a fortnight as we all watch in anticipation who will take the trophies.

#LoveisLove

50 Years of Pride

Tue 25 Jun

The 50th anniversary of Stonewall is fast approaching this Friday with Pride in London following next weekend. We're only halfway through the year and there have been some monumental moments in LGBT+ history. From Taiwan legalising same-sex marriage to queer representation in the media growing to the holy city of Amritsar, India holding their first pride parade.

London's Global Cookout

Camdens Big BBQ

Tue 30 Jul

Curated and hosted by the BBQ masters, BBQ Lads, Camdens Big BBQ will feature the best BBQ joints from around the UK as well as some of our very own traders joining the fun. 

Summer Lovin'

Love Island Alfresco

Wed 24 Jul

The Love Island villa has seen plenty of drama over the summer, from break-up beef to date night disputes, we've been glued to our seats. Now, the finale is coming at lightening bolt speed with only a couple episodes left until each Islander couple battle it out for that all important £50,000. Who'll be taking the crown and riding off into the sunset for their happy ending?

History Time

The 'Camden Catacombs'

Thu 18 Jul

Camden Town started back in 1791 when a five-street village was built on an estate belonging to Sir Charles Pratt, the 1st Earl of Camden. Fast forward a few decades and Camden became a very important location during the early development of the railways. This was for a number of reasons. Firstly, London’s first intercity railway line – the London & Birmingham Railway – ran right through the town; and secondly, its proximity to the canal made Camden a perfect stopping point for the interchange of goods between London and the rest of the world.

Live Music: July Edition

Camden Market’s Music Monthly

Thu 11 Jul

Music and summer are like an old married couple. Whether you’ve just come back from your latest festival or you’re hungry for gigs outside of your usual Spotify playlist, we’ve found some cracking gigs to keep you in the perfect summer mood. Make sure to book your tickets now before they sell out!

Game, Set, Match!

Camden’s Centre Court

Thu 4 Jul

The best two weeks of the year have arrived and simultaneously brought out the sunshine along with it. Wimbledon. Strawberries & cream and Pimm’s are the talk of the town for a fortnight as we all watch in anticipation who will take the trophies.

#LoveisLove

50 Years of Pride

Tue 25 Jun

The 50th anniversary of Stonewall is fast approaching this Friday with Pride in London following next weekend. We're only halfway through the year and there have been some monumental moments in LGBT+ history. From Taiwan legalising same-sex marriage to queer representation in the media growing to the holy city of Amritsar, India holding their first pride parade.

London's Global Cookout

Camdens Big BBQ

Tue 30 Jul

Curated and hosted by the BBQ masters, BBQ Lads, Camdens Big BBQ will feature the best BBQ joints from around the UK as well as some of our very own traders joining the fun. 

Summer Lovin'

Love Island Alfresco

Wed 24 Jul

The Love Island villa has seen plenty of drama over the summer, from break-up beef to date night disputes, we've been glued to our seats. Now, the finale is coming at lightening bolt speed with only a couple episodes left until each Islander couple battle it out for that all important £50,000. Who'll be taking the crown and riding off into the sunset for their happy ending?

History Time

The 'Camden Catacombs'

Thu 18 Jul

Camden Town started back in 1791 when a five-street village was built on an estate belonging to Sir Charles Pratt, the 1st Earl of Camden. Fast forward a few decades and Camden became a very important location during the early development of the railways. This was for a number of reasons. Firstly, London’s first intercity railway line – the London & Birmingham Railway – ran right through the town; and secondly, its proximity to the canal made Camden a perfect stopping point for the interchange of goods between London and the rest of the world.