Sat, Mar 28 · 13:30

Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents an all-day rock-n-roll bonanza feat. Penny Mob, The Great Malarkey, Saults, SPINNER, Come at the King, Jennings Couch, Kings Daughters, Saytr Play and Georgia Maria at The Lounge Promotion: Nightclub Kolis.

Since the continued success of Camden Rocks Festival, we're running a string of 'presents' shows to give you some of the best new alternative, indie, rock and metal music about!

Doors - 1:30pm to 10:30pm // Price - £10.00 Adv.
Tickets -
18+ Only

After Party:


Penny Mob -
"Explosive" ... "Blistering" ... "Electric" ... "Visceral" ... these are just some of the words used by the music press to describe one of the UK's most exciting and up and coming Rock n Roll bands; Penny Mob. Formed in London by Scottish singer-songwriter Jamie Quinn and Lincolnshire born drummer Andrew Mullan, two friends who came together with a shared vision to form the kind of raw, honest and authentic Rock N Roll band they felt was missing from modern music.

The Great Malarkey -
Influenced by the likes of Tom Waits, The Pixies, The Pogues, Beirut, Nick Cave, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Manu Chao, The Dead Brothers and Toots and the Maytals (the latter of whom they supported with only their third gig), The Great Malarkey are riotous mix of musical styles and genres delivered in a "multicultural train of fast beats and trembling slams of punk-folk spirit". (

Saults -
In an interview with Music Week, Pete Townshend about Saults : "Saults are in a league with The 1975. I found them on Instagram. [They are] authentic and strong". At the early age of 6, Antoine Saults picked up his first guitar, and shortly after his younger brother, Greg Saults, decided he would be a drummer.


Artists: Penny Mob, The Great Malarkey, Saults, Spinner, Come At The King, Jennings Couch, Saytr Play, Georgia Maria 

General Admission: GBP 10.00