Camden Rocks All-Dayer feat Charlie Manning & more

Saturday 27th May 2017

Charlie Manning plus Young Native, Kali, Sol Flare, Strange Eyes, KEEMOSABE and Mama Brass & The The Funk Parade live at Proud Camden on May 27th.

Live: Charlie Manning, Kali, Young Native, Sol Flare, Strange Eyes, Keemosabe, Mama Brass And The Funk Parade

Venue: Proud Camden, Stable Market, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH, United Kingdom

Tickets: GBP 7

Time: 4pm - 10pm

Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents a pop-rock all-dayer feat. Charlie Manning "Light Years In Moments" release show plus Young Native, Kali, Sol Flare, Strange Eyes, KEEMOSABE and Mama Brass & The Funk Parade live at Proud Camden.

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 & metal music about!

Doors - 4:00pm // Price - £7.00 Adv.
Tickets -


Charlie Manning -
Seamlessly combining the energy and melody of pop with darker rock influences, 18-year-old Charlie Manning is a fresh artist with a new and exciting sound.
The London-based singer, guitarist and songwriter is playful with his music: bursts of bright colour animate smooth acoustic tones, whilst rockier, more melancholy passages evolve into powerful crescendos. A talented lyricist, Charlie perfectly captures the agony and ecstasy of youthful self-discovery.
Combining the upbeat, indie-pop stylings of Vampire Weekend and Arctic Monkeys with the soulful imagery of George Ezra, the heartfelt, unplugged vibes of James Bay and the earnest, story-telling songsmanship of Ed Sheeran, Charlie Manning is an exciting new prospect who has the world ahead of him.

Young Native -

Kali - - Alt Rock

Sol Flare -
Sol Flare combine lush synths, electronic beats and haunting vocal lines to create their own unique blend of Neon Pop and Melodic Electronica. Their sound aimed to hook the listener in and leave a lasting impression.

Strange Eyes -
Strange Eyes. .. with a name inspired by The Magnetic Fields


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Last Update: 2017-04-20 00:00:00

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